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Conversations with Extraordinary Leaders in Neurodiversity

Extraordinary Leaders in Neurodiversity Inspire Change in the Workplace

Four extraordinary leaders passionate about changing the employment landscape for our neurodiverse friends and colleagues shared their insights and experiences.

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The Career Journey of an Asian American at Stanford

Maria Inciong, Director of Technology Solutions Alignment in University IT’s Enterprise Technology group, will share her story Tuesday, May 4, from 10 to 11 a.m. in a virtual event entitled “The Career Journey of an Asian American at Stanford.”

Van Williams serves as the vice-chancellor of IT and vice-chancellor of Strategic Technology Initiatives at the University of California (UC) Santa Cruz.  

POC-IT Hosts Van Williams, Vice Chancellor of IT and Strategic Technology Initiatives at UC Santa Cruz

More than 245 people tuned in last week to hear UC Santa Cruz' Van Williams share his insights and experiences as an IT leader who is also a person of color.

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IT Community Welcomes Eight New Year Up Interns

The Stanford IT Community welcomed its fifth cohort of eight interns for roles in University IT (UIT), Land, Buildings & Real Estate (LBRE), Stanford University Libraries (SUL), and Humanities & Sciences (H&S).

Extraordinary Leaders Share Their Insights on Women in Technology

On Feb. 17, Anne Margulies, vice president and chief information officer at Harvard University, and Tracy Futhey, vice president and chief information officer at Duke University, kicked-off of the new event series titled “Conversations with Extraordinary Leaders."

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Nurturing a Diverse and Inclusive IT Community

The Stanford CIO Council (CIOC) and the Stanford People of Color in Technology (POC-IT) affinity group have released a joint statement of Solidarity and Commitment to Action that focuses on shared goals.

POC-IT Virtual Career Development Event Features Powerful Talks

On Nov. 4, Stanford alum and serial entrepreneur Stacy Kirk and  Dr. Helen Hsu of Stanford CAPS offered two different but equally insightful perspectives on achieving IT career goals. 

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WIT Volunteers Support the 2020 Bay Area Science Festival

Six WIT community members recently volunteered at the Bay Area Science Festival, making a difference in the lives of future technology leaders.

Stanford’s Year Up Partnership Closes the Opportunity Gap

Since 2019, the initiative backed by Stanford’s CIO Council has inspired positive change—both for the interns and the staff members who host them.

Neurodiversity in IT Program Starts the Fiscal Year Inspired by New Leadership, Partnerships, and Plans for Growth

Michael Fox, CIO for LBRE, joins the Neurodiversity in IT Program as co-sponsor.

WIT/Year Up Mentoring Program Celebrates Mentees, Gears Up for Next Cohort

After cheering on the outgoing class of Year Up interns, WIT mentors are now preparing to meet the next cohort of interns/mentees at the upcoming WIT/Year Up Mentoring Program kickoff event.

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POC-IT Holds Second Event with Guest Speaker, Sarah Soule

On May 13, the Stanford People of Color in Technology (POC-IT) affinity group held its second event with guest speaker, Sarah Soule.