Stride and GoRuCo Partner to Bring Diversity to NYC Tech

Apr 29, 2016


Stride is proud to partner with  GoRuCo to offer discounted tickets to for those who identify as belonging to a group that is underrepresented in the technology industry.

Stride is a woman owned and run NYC tech startup. As such, ensuring that each individual feels they have a place in the NYC tech startup scene is a passion of ours. Making events like GoRuCo more accessible is one small way we can help make this happen.

Debbie Madden, founder and CEO of Stride, has been promoting diversity in tech for over 20 years. “Diversity in tech is an ongoing issue that must be continuously attacked from multiple angles. We are not only advocating for women in tech, rather we are looking to create an industry that embraces all individuals regardless of gender, race, sexual orientation or background.” says Madden.

Learn more about the Stride/GoRuCo Diversity program and to get tickets here.

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