Session: Interactive DEI Tech Workshop: How To Use AI To Scale Empathy
Join us for this highly interactive technology enabled DEI workshop where you will get actual hands-on experience using cutting-edge training tools that major corporations, fast growth startups, and leading academic institutions are using to scale and measure their DEI efforts.
Led by renowned global DEI expert Natalie Egan (CEO & Founder of Translator, Inc.) key takeaways for this unique and insightful session will include:
-Increased self-awareness and empathy for other participants based on the interactive exercises and discussion.
-How artificial intelligence (AI) and other technologies are disrupting traditional DEI training.
-How to use data to drive culture change and actionable tips for building empathy in the workplace,
-How companies are using DEI training data for ESG compliance.
- Increased self-awareness and empathy for other participants based on the interactive exercises and discussion.
- How artificial intelligence (AI) and other technologies are disrupting traditional DEI training.
- How to use data to drive culture change and actionable tips for building empathy in the workplace.
- How companies are using DEI training data for ESG compliance.
Natalie Egan (she / hers) is an openly transgender, award-winning B2B software entrepreneur and a recognized thought leader living her life at the intersection of technology and Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion. Natalie has over 20 years of experience driving digital change, developing high performing teams, building complex products, and selling enterprise solutions. Today, she is the CEO & Founder of Translator, Inc., where she and her team are on a mission to scale empathy and equality through technology. Prior to founding Translator in 2016––and prior to her transition––Natalie was CEO & Founder of PeopleLinx, a venture capital backed sales technology solution that was acquired in 2015. In addition to her entrepreneurial pursuits, Natalie has also worked in sales leadership positions at large public companies like LinkedIn, Autonomy, and Ecolab. Outside of work, Natalie is a parent, a marathon runner, an artist, and a consummate activist for transgender rights and representation. Based in Philadelphia, PA––Natalie received her undergraduate degree from Cornell University’s School of Hotel Administration, her MBA from The Villanova School of Business, and is currently writing her first book about her gender transition as a CEO in corporate America and the business lessons learned along the way.