(page updated 9/23/22)
This is a conversation about leapfrogging the past to make a better future. Our guest, Tiffany Spencer, founder of HBCUforce and COO of Esor Consulting, talks about the necessity of both providing skills and a path towards applying them in order to achieve greater equity in technology. Tech Forward (Formerly HBCUforce), in specific, works with Salesforce implementation partners, students from historically black colleges and universities, and volunteer trainers to create career paths. Along the way, we cover the intersection of assumptions and outcomes made about creating racial equity in technology, and the roles that tech leaders can play in helping level the playing field.