Rachel Spivey has worked at Google for seven years, promoting various dimensions of diversity and inclusion. She is currently the Internal Community Advocate for both Black and Hispanic Googlers as well as the Project Manager for Google’s initiatives to discuss race and it’s intersections. During her time at Google, she has also worked on a diversity engagement support platform and HBCU initiatives. The highlight of her career has been elevating Google’s racial justice agenda by organizing a Hoodie March for Trayvon Martin, Day of Support for the victims of Charleston shooting and vigils for Alton Sterling and Philando Castile. Rachel graduated magna cum laude with a Bachelor of Science from Hampton University.
Tech and Diversity
Diversity in tech: we're all talking about it, but what are we actually doing about it?