I often hear that you (and others over represented in tech), want to contribute to diversity and inclusion in your project. But, that you don't know where to start. Or that you worry, you'll make a mistake - and end up an example of what not-to-do. A normal feeling, stepping into a something unfamiliar.
Sadly, as a result of this uncertainty, and imposter-syndrome feelings, you do nothing. And the burden of inclusion remains on those most impacted when it fails.
There is a lot of content out there, for allies. Lots of conferences have diversity sessions with great speakers. I don't want to duplicate those.
I offer you instead, an open hour with me, in a safe space to ask questions, to get feedback, and to myth-bust perceptions about this important work.
This is an hour to gain confidence, and to set goals.
* Mozilla's Community Participation Guidelines Apply.
*Participation will be limited to those who RSVP, and are new to Diversity & Inclusion in Open Communities. Everyone will commit to protect the privacy of others. The call will not be recorded.
*I will not give any time to defending inclusion, or any aspect of inclusion that you don't like.