Google loses its chief diversity officer

Google loses its chief diversity officer

April 11th, 2019|Tags: , |

On Thursday April 11, 2019, Megan Rose Dickey at TechCrunch wrote:
Google’s chief diversity officer, Danielle Brown, has left the company. Brown, who became Google’s CDO in June 2017 after serving in a similar role at Intel, announced today that she’s joined payroll and benefits startup Gusto to lead its chief people operations. In Brown’s …

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Megan Rose Dickey is a senior reporter at TechCrunch focused on diversity, inclusion and social justice. She also covers the on-demand economy, artificial intelligence, algorithmic accountability and transportation. She previously spent two years at Business Insider covering tech startups focuse… Megan Rose Dickey has recently written 5 articles on similar topics including googl:
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