Chicago technology

Support Someone by Saying “I See You” and “You Are Not Alone.”

Through the experience of working with school kids and teachers across the Midwest — in rural, suburban and urban communities — the idea kept resurfacing: kids who face adversity develop resiliency. In this Equal Respect article, Sandee Kastrul asks: "How Can We Even Begin to Dream It if We Cannot See It?"

Diversity in Infosec and How to Connect More Kids to IT Careers

For the past year or more, one of the hottest discussions in the IT industry is how to get more diversity into the tech workforce. To dismantle the status quo, the industry needs to dive deep and form partnerships with academia, government, and nonprofits to get more people interested in IT careers and diversify the workforce for the long term.

When Championing Diversity, Actions Speak Louder Than Words

The challenge of increasing gender diversity across the tech sector is not just an abstract problem, as Megan McCann, a woman who owns a tech talent business, knows very well. But rather than simply give lip service to this issue, she has taken action by co-founding ARA and provides these concrete ideas on championing your organization’s diversity efforts.