Good Read | Why Women Need to Get Involved In Public Speaking

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by Official GDC [CC-BY-2.0], via Wikimedia Commons

"Why Women Need to Get Involved In Public Speaking":

…as a retort to the event organiser that claims no women could be found, or that those asked all said no, or that everyone in a particular field "just happened to be white guys and that's not my fault", Wachter-Boettcher's response is: "Do you want your event to help attendees expand their perspectives and get better at their work? Do you want your industry to be better able to design for a big, wide world?

"Because if you do, diversity is your job, even when it's hard. If you don't care whether your attendees learn and grow - or aren't willing to put in the work to make that happen - then you should stop putting on events, because you're wasting everyone's damn time."

Read Craig Grannell's full article at Creative Bloq here…