VIRTUAL | Addressing Unconscious Bias in the Workplace with Katica Roy
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VIRTUAL | Addressing Unconscious Bias in the Workplace with Katica Roy

 Export to Your Calendar 10/7/2020
When: Wednesday, October 7, 2020
12:00-1:00 pm PT
Where: VIRTUAL | Zoom Link to be Provided
United States
Contact: Avery Paulick


Online registration is available until: 10/7/2020
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Addressing Unconscious Bias in the Workplace with Katica Roy

Part of our Leadership Month Series

The economic importance of equity in the workplace is even more urgent during times of disruption. Join us for a webinar with award-winning business leader and gender economist Katica Roy, founder of Pipeline Equity, who brings deep data insights and passion to the task of preventing bias during the hiring and promotion process. 

Who should attend: C-suite leaders, HR specialists, DEI leaders, and anyone interested in using tech to create more diverse and inclusive workplaces. 

Pricing: Members: Complimentary | Non-Members: $30


Katica Roy is a gender economist and the CEO and founder of Denver-based Pipeline, an award-winning SaaS company that leverages artificial intelligence to identify and drive economic gains through gender equity. Pipeline launched the first gender equity app on Salesforce's AppExchange. The Pipeline platform was named one of TIME Magazine’s Best Inventions of 2019 and Fast Company’s 2020 World’s Most Innovative Companies. In 2020, Katica was named the Colorado Entrepreneur of the Year.


In 2017 Katica was named a Luminary by the Colorado Technology, in 2018 a Colorado Governors' Fellow, in 2019 a Top 25 Most Powerful Woman in Business and a Stevie Entrepreneur of the Year, Gold Award. She is also an industry entrepreneur, thought-leader, and frequent editorial contributor and speaker. Katica’s articles have been published by Fast Company, World Economic Forum, NBC, Forbes, Bloomberg, Huffington Post, Entrepreneur, The Hill, The Advocate, Salesforce, and Morning Consult.  In 2019, her articles garnered over 1B impressions.