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Even though Red Burns was one of the most influential figures in the tech industry over the past 30 years — most famous for co-founding the groundbreaking Interactive Telecommunications Program (ITP) at NYU, and in a sense, the beginnings of interaction design — it’s not uncommon for technophiles to have never heard her name. Two weeks ago, she passed away. But much more needs to be said about one of the smartest, gutsiest women I ever knew, and about what she thought about education, technology, design … and life. Red wasn’t particularly interested in IPOs or the latest tech fetish, even though she was always exceptionally proud of her students and their accomplishments. She knew that technology was a means to an end — and that the end was people. In that simple reframing from technology to empowerment of people, I believe there’s something everyone one of us — whether designer, programmer, entrepreneur, investor, teacher, student, parent, or child — can learn from Red. Let's Stop Focusing on Shiny Gadgets and Start Using Tech to Empower People | Wired Opinion Let's Stop Focusing on Shiny Gadgets and Start Using Tech to Empower People | Wired Opinion
For Women Who Work in Corporate Responsibility, Every Day is International Women’s Day For Women Who Work in Corporate Responsibility, Every Day is International Women’s Day By Susan McPherson, Senior Vice President, FENTON What role do women play in corporate social responsibility – as a consumer, as a board member, as an employee? Three areas shine through. If we look to some of the key tenets of corporate responsibility, we are likely to think of green (sustainability) compassion (philanthropy), and transparency (open, consistent and honest dialogue). These are areas in which women shine, and can also make tremendous contributions to corporations and other organizations. “Companies are realizing that advancing more women to senior leadership roles has many benefits, including increased financial performance and sustainability,” said Anabel Pérez, Senior Vice President of Development at Catalyst, regarding the organization’s recent study Gender and Corporate Social Responsibility: It’s a Matter of Sustainability.
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