Game-Changing Career Moves: Navigating into Leadership Roles as a WOC

March 18, 2024
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For women of color, leadership roles can seem like a far-reaching goal due to the systemic barriers, bias and hostility which women of color face during their career journey. During this session, Career Coach Audrey Galo will relay career game changing moves she developed from her experience coaching hundreds of women of color in the tech industry.

Audrey Galo Bio

Audrey Galo (she/her/ella) is an entrepreneur, DEI advocate, speaker and career coach. She is the DEI Program Director for General Assembly bringing DEI into focus to drive equity outcomes internally with GA's employees and externally with GA's community of tech strivers. She’s a Board Member for Techqueria, a nonprofit that nurtures the largest global community of Latiné people in tech. She founded AG Voiced, a coaching practice helping women of color accelerate their careers.

Through her work, Audrey seeks to amplify and support practices that restore the humanity and liberation of historically marginalized communities. Her leadership was shaped as an underestimated queer, Latiné woman and mother. Audrey is a San Francisco Area resident, raised in Chicago and proud of her Central American roots.

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