Google has a new VP of Diversity.
Danielle Mastrangel Brown, a former VP and Chief of Diversity & Inclusion at Intel, will begin at Google on July. Brown had been with Intel for 8 years, and leaves them with a workforce that is almost a quarter female. We can only hope she has the same luck with Google.
Google's pledged to improve its diversity time and time again over the last three years, but in their blog post this week they admit there's still plenty to be done.
Google’s workforce continues to look pretty much the same as previous years, according to its annual diversity report published Thursday, a sign of the task awaiting Danielle Brown, the company’s newly named head of diversity.
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Danielle Brown, Intel’s former head of diversity who left the company earlier this month, has landed at Google. Brown will be Google’s VP of Diversity, she posted on Twitter today. Read More
Earlier this year, Intel announced its $300 million commitment to foster a diverse and inclusive workplace. CEO Brian Krzanich set a goal that, by 2020, Intel’s U.S. workforce would be representative of the talent available. Today, ...