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"CTBUH ADDRESSES DISCRIMINATION, SYSTEMIC INEQUALITY: The Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat (CTBUH) has established an "Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Committee," intended to facilitate its desire "to foster a welcoming environment and promote a community of respect that honors the humanity of all." The committee will create interventions that establish minimum targets for diverse representation among all CTBUH-associated groups and initiatives, including staff, conference speakers, volunteers and steering committees. Plans are to involve not only expanding its outreach strategy for speaker opportunities, but also addressing internal factors, such as topics it covers, barriers to access, and making its digital and physical environments welcoming to diverse perspectives from underrepresented colleagues. Citing "deep societal problems in the wake of the killing of George Floyd, the COVID-19 pandemic and gross economic inequality" and support of the Black Lives Matter movement, CTBUH also committed to establishing partnerships and being involved in scholarship efforts to help fundamentally change the way it works and operates. Those who want to get involved with or provide confidential feedback to the committee are encouraged to submit text."

from ELENET 850


"THYSSENKRUPP'S POWERS WINS WOMEN IN TECHNOLOGY AWARD: Alison Powers, head of thyssenkrupp Elevator's Innovation and Qualification Center and Test & Qualification, NA, was awarded the Connected World Women of Technology Award during a virtual ceremony on August 6, the company announced. In recognizing Powers, a panel of past winners noted her involvement with technology; her role in helping thyssenkrupp Elevator prosper and progress; her contributions to the growth of technology; her mentoring of other women; and her efforts to support other women in business, technology, transformation and the local community. Powers, a native of Atlanta, began her career with thyssenkrupp Elevator in 2013, working at the Product Development Center in Memphis. She returned to Atlanta in 2018, taking over as head of Research of Innovation, working on such technologies as the MAX predictive maintenance system. She holds bachelor's and master's degrees in Mechanical Engineering from Georgia Tech and Stanford, respectively."
from ELENET 851
Zur Lage der Frauen in der Technik und aktuelle Gründe, weshalb es nicht mehr sind: No Woman, no Cry
Frauen in Aufsichts- und Beiräten sorgen für mehr Ethik und Erfolg sagt eine neue Studie der Personalberatung Rochus Mummert.
Under the Heading "Want to run a successful business? Hire more women" Emily Canal recommends the book "Brotopia - Breaking Up the Boy's Club of Silicon Valley".
The G7 WOMEN'S FORUM 2018 under the heading "Bridging the gap: A call for inclusive progress" will take place on 10-11 May 2018 in Toronto/CAN.
Have a look at the new website of www.powerfulwomen.org.uk to get some inspiration!
Women in construction in the UK assemble under the roof of www.navic.co.uk

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