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Monday, March 23, 2020
6:15 PM to 8:45 PM Microsoft: 11 Times Square, 6th floor, corner of 41st & 8th Ave. · NYC

 
We will hold a discussion on the challenges and opportunities that emerging tech has for age, race, gender, income and its ability to further education and inclusion. Other points of discussion will include: definition of cultural diversity spans far wider than ethnicity where technology is concerned. Generational culture has a definite impact on the use of technology in the workplace, and to some extent, racial and socioeconomic differences. The primary reason racial differences are a factor where technology in the workplace is concerned is due to what is called the “digital divide.” In addition, gender may play a role in the use of technology. The workforce comprises four distinct generations: traditionalists, baby boomers, Generation X and Generation Y. Within each generation are habits, norms and preferences that affect their use of technology in the workplace.

Other things we can discuss: Disrupting the traditional model of education (for instance, Arnell Milhouse has developed a system to educate students in tech, at no upfront cost – he is paid based on their future revenue). How emerging tech can help seniors and people with disabilities. How tech and education can thwart CyberSecurity challenges.

MEET THE PANELISTS!

1. PANELISTS:
1. Moy Ogilvie, Partner, McCarter & English
2. Lindsay Sorin, SVP/Senior Legal Counsel, Xandr (for AT&T)
3. Ginger Dhaliwal, Upflex (AirBnBs for Workspace)
4. Arnell Milhouse, Co-Founder/CEO CareerDevs Computer Science Institute

FIRESIDE CHAT PANELISTS:
1. Joanna Gilberti, CAO,  Archemy (AI)
2. Julian Newman, Culture Intelligence Strategist, Culture Creative

Microsoft Reactor Host:
Sep DiMeglio, developer audiences & AI Advocate, Microsoft.

Moderator:
Oliver Christie: Futurist: Founder, Foxy Machine; Co-Founder, Moven AI; Data Science Head, Opus AI

Fireside Chat Moderator:
Bruce Epstein, Knowledge Transfer Wizard – leveraging critical info through AI.

Master of Ceremonies/Podcast Host:
Dania Hammad: Dose of Dania

Interactive Videographers:
Jeffrey Paul & Steve Durham from Ziotag: advanced deep tagging.

Drinks & Munchies: Cookies** Essence Water from Hint ** Gourmet Sandwiches ** Giveaways: Disruptive Techies books & mugs & t-shirts! from Anchin & Anchin ** Wine & Beer from Anchin Accountants and Advisors **

** EXTRA Special Thanks to our Disruptive Technologists® Think Tank Council & Events Sponsor-Partner: McCarter & English and David Sorin, Partner & Chair – Venture Capital & Emerging Growth Company Practices

** AND EXTRA Special Thanks to Microsoft Reactor #MSFTReactor

….and Anchin Accountants & Advisors

TECH DISRUPTING DIVERSITY & EDUCATION

SPONSORED BY MCCARTER & ENGLISH
…………………….
WITH Microsoft Reactor
AND Anchin & Anchin

Microsoft

11 Times Square, 6th floor, corner of 41st & 8th Ave. · New York, NY

6:15pm to 8:45pm

Working premise:
We will hold a discussion on the challenges and opportunities that emerging tech has for age, race, gender, income and it’s ability to further education and inclusion. Other points of discussion will include: definition of cultural diversity spans far wider than ethnicity where technology is concerned. Generational culture has a definite impact on the use of technology in the workplace, and to some extent, racial and socioeconomic differences. The primary reason racial differences are a factor where technology in the workplace is concerned is due to what is called the “digital divide.” In addition, gender may play a role in the use of technology. The workforce comprises four distinct generations: traditionalists, baby boomers, Generation X and Generation Y. Within each generation are habits, norms and preferences that affect their use of technology in the workplace.

Other things we can discuss: Disrupting the traditional model of education (for instance, Arnell Milhouse has developed a system to educate students in tech, at no upfront cost – he is paid based on their future revenue). How emerging tech can help seniors and people with disabilities. How tech and education can thwart CyberSecurity challenges.

More to come as we develop the topic…

MEET THE PANELISTS!

1. PANELISTS:
1. Moy Ogilvie, McCarter & English
2. Lindsay Sorin, AT&T
3. Ginger Dhaliwal, Upflex (AirBnBs for Workspace)
4. Arnell Milhouse – CareerDevs Computer Science Institute

FIRESIDE CHAT PANELISTS:
1. Joanna Gilberti, Archemy (AI)
2. Julian Newman, Culture Creative

Microsoft Reactor Host:
Sep DiMeglio, developer audiences & AI Advocate, Microsoft.

Moderator:
Oliver Christie: Futurist: Founder, Foxy Machine; Co-Founder, Moven AI; Data Science Head, Opus AI

Fireside Chat Moderator:
Bruce Epstein, Knowledge Transfer Wizard – leveraging critical info through AI.

Master of Ceremonies/Podcast Host:
Dania Hammad: Dose of Dania

Interactive Videographers:
Jeffrey Paul & Steve Durham from Ziotag: advanced deep tagging.

Drinks & Munchies: Cookies** Essence Water from Hint ** Gourmet Sandwiches ** Giveaways: Disruptive Techies books & mugs & t-shirts! from Anchin & Anchin ** Wine & Beer from Anchin Accountants and Advisors **

** EXTRA Special Thanks to our Disruptive Technologists® Think Tank Council & Events Sponsor-Partner: McCarter & English and David Sorin, Partner & Chair – Venture Capital & Emerging Growth Company Practices

** AND EXTRA Special Thanks to Microsoft Reactor #MSFTReactor

….and Anchin Accountants & Advisors