From left, Megan Smith, U.S. CTO, Elephant in the Valley co-author Trae Vassallo, Laura Weidman Powers, CEO of Code2040, and Michele Madansky, also co-author of Elephant in the Valley take on the issue of diversity at South By Southwest.
From left, Megan Smith, U.S. CTO, Elephant in the Valley co-author Trae Vassallo, Laura Weidman Powers, CEO of Code2040, and Michele Madansky, also co-author of Elephant in the Valley take on the issue of diversity at South By Southwest. Nancy Dahlberg ndahlberg@miamiherald.com
From left, Megan Smith, U.S. CTO, Elephant in the Valley co-author Trae Vassallo, Laura Weidman Powers, CEO of Code2040, and Michele Madansky, also co-author of Elephant in the Valley take on the issue of diversity at South By Southwest. Nancy Dahlberg ndahlberg@miamiherald.com

Numbers don’t lie: Silicon Valley still has diversity problem

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