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"As A Trans, Non-Binary Person, It Can Be Scary To Enter A Women's Space." -Andrea Breanna.
We chatted with the Founder and CEO of RebelMouse to shine a spotlight on her voice.
She's an advocate for LGBTQ+ rights, and explains why she uses PowerToFly to diversify her team.
"We believe strongly that the stats in tech are off because people aren't looking in the right places for the candidates to make it a truly diverse team. Women bring a lot to technology today. And so paying attention to them, making their voices heard starts by finding them and putting them in your team. PowerToFly solves that."
Watch the video to hear more.
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