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Why a LinkedIn executive can't 'snap her fingers' and fix gender diversity in tech

Gender diversity is an urgent problem in the tech industry, but it's not one that is likely to be totally solved anytime soon.  That's according to Sarah Clatterbuck, director of engineering at LinkedIn and lead for the company's Women in Tech program.  "I am thinking about this as a very long-time horizon investment," Clatterbuck said on Mashable's Biz Please podcast. "This is a success that I look forward to towards the end of my career — having the entire industry reflect the population around us.
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