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HP's "Paro" follows a young girl with a passion for storytelling as she realizes her dreams.
by Nate Hurst, Chief Sustainability and Social Impact Officer, HP Inc.
In the last several months, the next generation of leaders have called for change in an unprecedented wave. They have used their voices to demand attention and change from the very highest echelons of power — and many of those voices have been female.
A good role model is hard to find – and that’s especially true if you’re a woman in the technology industry.
Role modeling, along with tackling unconscious bias in hiring and investing in programs to widen the pipeline of women in technical positions, is of course part of a well-rounded strategy for leveling the playing field.
Of those strategies, role modeling is probably the trickiest to execute well. But as we’re learning at HP, where I’m head of diversity and inclusion, it doesn’t have to be that way.