Breaking Barriers: Fostering Inclusivity in the Tech Industry"

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In a rapidly evolving technological landscape, it is imperative to address the issue of inclusivity in the tech industry. This session aims to shed light on the importance of creating a more diverse and inclusive tech space. By exploring various aspects of inclusivity, such as gender, race, ethnicity, accessibility and disability, we will examine the challenges faced by underrepresented groups and discuss practical strategies to overcome them. During this session, we will delve into the benefits of inclusivity, not only from a social perspective but also from an economic and innovation standpoint. We will explore how diverse perspectives and experiences can drive creativity, enhance problem-solving capabilities, and contribute to the development of more inclusive and ethical technologies.


Egharevba Stephanie

Breaking Barriers, Igniting Change

I am Egharevba Stephanie Osasumwen, a dynamic creative professional with a passion for blending technology, art, and storytelling to create impactful experiences. As an entry-level data analyst, I possess a strong foundation in data analysis and a drive to leverage data for informed decision-making and problem-solving. Beyond my technical expertise, I am deeply committed to community building and fostering inclusivity within the industry. I believe in the power of collaboration and creating spaces where diverse voices are heard and valued. I actively seek opportunities to contribute to building inclusive communities, where individuals from all backgrounds can thrive and make meaningful contributions. With my unique combination of skills in product design, technical writing and data analysis, I approach problem-solving from a holistic perspective. In addition to my professional pursuits, I am also a spoken word poet who uses language and performance to explore themes of identity, community, and social justice. This artistic expression enhances my ability to connect with people and understand their needs and experiences. I look forward to connecting with individuals who are passionate about building inclusive communities and leveraging data for the greater good.

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