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5 Ways To Attract & Retain UnderEstimated Women in STEM

A talk by Michele Heyward
Founder & CEO, PositiveHire

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According to women of color in STEM professionals, employers are missing the mark in attracting & retaining them. I'll share PositiveHire's survey finds on actions employers can take to attract & retain diverse talent in science, tech & engineering.

Session Takeaways

  1. Actionable steps to retain diverse talent in science, tech & engineering
  2. Understand how retaining diverse talent leads to attracting more diverse talent
  3. Actionable steps to attract diverse talent in science, tech & engineering

Facts Related To This Presentation

-Highly inclusive organizations generate 2.3x more cash flow per employee, 1.4x more revenue & are 120% more capable of meeting financial targets according to a Gartner report. -From 2004 to 2014, nearly 39,000 African American, Latina & indigenous women each year received bachelor’s degrees in computer science, math, physical sciences & engineering. -According to National Science Foundation, in 2015 unemployment rates for Latina & black women engineers & scientists were highest at 6%.

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Michele Heyward

Tech StartUp Founder | Civil Engineer | Managed Cross-Functional Teams | Managed Billion Dollar Budget Construction Projects | Black & Unapologetic

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