Announcing our First Annual Boston Tech Diversity and Inclusion Survey

In Blog, Diversity & Inclusion, local tech by Rachel Murray

We’re excited to announce our inaugural research project intended to assess the state of diversity and inclusion among Boston-area tech companies. We’ve found that while many surveys have been conducted on this topic, few if any have focused exclusively on the Boston area. We are partnering with Dr. Clare Mehta, a faculty member in the Psychology Department at Emmanuel College, to collect and analyze this data. We have one survey designed specifically for Boston-area tech companies, and another for employees of Boston-area tech companies. We’ll be compiling the data into a report, and hope that the results will benefit everyone in the local tech industry by highlighting our collective strengths and areas for growth, relating to this important topic. If you work for a tech company, or if you represent a local tech organization, please read below to access the surveys directly– all data will be kept confidential.

Employers!

You’re invited to participate in a survey on diversity and inclusion for Boston area tech companies. Benefits of participating include receiving our final report as well as a customized diversity and inclusion report, with recommendations specifically tailored to your company. The survey should take no more than 30 minutes to complete and to thank you for your participation you can choose to be entered into one of three giveaways to win either free admission to a professional development event on diversity and inclusion, a $100 Amazon gift card, or an advertisement on the She+ Geeks Out podcast.

TAKE THE EMPLOYER SURVEY

Employees!

You’re invited to participate in a survey on diversity and inclusion for employees of Boston area tech companies! The survey should take no more than 30 minutes to complete. To thank you for your participation you can choose to be entered into a giveaway to win a $100 Amazon gift card!

TAKE THE EMPLOYEE SURVEY

 

Thanks for your participation, and for helping to make the Boston tech industry more inclusive!