Removing Bias from Career Opportunity and Advancement


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Wednesday, April 28, 2021
7:00pm— 8:00pm
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Wharton Club of Boston invites you to listen and participate in a frank discussion: Removing Bias from Career Opportunity and Advancement. Anthony Clay, CEO of startup, Indi is our speaker.

Anthony Clay founded Indi on the premise that women and people of color have been locked out of many career development and advancement opportunities due to bias, lack of representation and frankly things that are often beyond the control of the employee such as child care, transportation limitations etc. He has facts and data but is also a master storyteller. Come to this virtual chalktalk with Anthony. Neal Piliavin, CTO of the Wharton Club of Boston will host and moderate the discussion with plenty of opportunity to interact with Anthony.

About Anthony

Anthony Clay (he/his/him) is the Cofounder and CEO of Indi, a SaaS platform that helps organizations democratize internal opportunities and networking. He cofounded and led Microsoft’s fastest growing Employee Resource Group, BlackLight, from 6 employees to nearly 2,000 (including Allies) in five years, helping increase the tenures of Black marketers at Microsoft. He also serves as a special consultant for several large enterprises in the technology industry that are looking to create bold ERG and DEI plans. Previously at Microsoft, he was a Senior Business Planner, leading a large P&L within Microsoft’s Enterprise Search portfolio.


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