Bringing people into your project is half the battle. Making sure they feel included, appreciated, and valued once they are there can be the hardest part.
We will talk about what it means to design your spaces and programs for diverse audiences. You will take away best practices that make everyone feel included and grow your community.
This roundtable breakfast is for entrepreneurs who want to adopt inclusive practices that help support and retain their diverse community members.
The event will consist of best practices and a workshop.
Amira Dhalla works at the Mozilla Foundation as the Lead for Women and Web Literacy programs that focus on providing an accessible, safe, open and innovate web for women. Like many others, she loves the Internet and the power it gives to individual people. At Mozilla she has developed global campaigns and education programs that help thousands of people, communities and organizations around the world teach digital literacy and the importance of the web. Amira has worked for many years building communities and movements among nonprofits, startups, social enterprises and technology-focused organizations. She is passionate about protecting the web, creating change for social good, developing inclusive learning spaces and female empowerment.