52 min

Diversity in Tech.....with Anat Deracine A Dog Called Diversity

    • Business

Born in India, and raised in Saudi Arabia, Anat Deracine (dera-seen) is fascinated by cultural narratives around equality and the portrayal of women. Raised by liberal parents, Anat was allowed to dress as a boy so that she could do sports and take part in other activities that girls were not permitted to.
Anat and her family moved to Canada, and then to the USA when Anat was a teenager. These multi-national experiences fed her interest in politics and philosophy. She has two degrees which she studied concurrently – one in philosophy and one in computer science. This dual talent for creativity and technology has continued through her life: Anat joined one of Silicon Valley’s major tech companies after university and worked her way into a senior role. As such, she is active in driving diversity in the tech sector – both for those who work in it, and for the masses who use it. 
 Writing under a pen name she is the author of the novel Driving by Starlight, about a girl growing up in Saudi Arabia; co-creator of an online comic called The Night Wolves; and author of many short stories, including The Divine Comedy of the Tech Sisterhood about inequalities in technology.
At The Culture Ministry we know how challenging and lonely it can be working in Diversity and Inclusion, and how progress is often slow.

You might be just getting started in Diversity and Inclusion, or you might be on your way. The Culture Ministry is here to help you with your Diversity and Inclusion progress. Go to https://www.thecultureministry.com/ to learn more

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Born in India, and raised in Saudi Arabia, Anat Deracine (dera-seen) is fascinated by cultural narratives around equality and the portrayal of women. Raised by liberal parents, Anat was allowed to dress as a boy so that she could do sports and take part in other activities that girls were not permitted to.
Anat and her family moved to Canada, and then to the USA when Anat was a teenager. These multi-national experiences fed her interest in politics and philosophy. She has two degrees which she studied concurrently – one in philosophy and one in computer science. This dual talent for creativity and technology has continued through her life: Anat joined one of Silicon Valley’s major tech companies after university and worked her way into a senior role. As such, she is active in driving diversity in the tech sector – both for those who work in it, and for the masses who use it. 
 Writing under a pen name she is the author of the novel Driving by Starlight, about a girl growing up in Saudi Arabia; co-creator of an online comic called The Night Wolves; and author of many short stories, including The Divine Comedy of the Tech Sisterhood about inequalities in technology.
At The Culture Ministry we know how challenging and lonely it can be working in Diversity and Inclusion, and how progress is often slow.

You might be just getting started in Diversity and Inclusion, or you might be on your way. The Culture Ministry is here to help you with your Diversity and Inclusion progress. Go to https://www.thecultureministry.com/ to learn more

If you enjoyed this episode and maybe learnt something please share with your friends on social media, give a 5 star rating on Apple podcasts and leave a comment. This makes it easier for others to find A Dog Called Diversity.

A Dog Called Diversity is proud to be featured on Feedspot's 20 Best Diversity And Inclusion Podcasts

Thanks for listening. Follow us on LinkedIn, Instagram and Facebook.

52 min

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