A Woman's Story in IT: One Year Later
It has been a full year since this speaker presented on her documented harassment and retaliation experiences in IT and across multiple investigative entities at UC. This presentation focuses on addressing these questions:
- How have IT and the University responded to date and are these responses meaningful?
- Is IT a measurably safer and more inclusive place for women now than before the articles (see below)?
- Have campus investigative offices modified their policies and processes?
- Is zero tolerance reasonable to expect and deliver?
- What would genuine accountability look like?
- Does the University inherently discourage or prevent inclusivity?
- What components of the law are considered in University decisions?
- Do successful anti-harassment models exist that IT and the University could adopt?
Format for this session is 50% time allocation to presentation followed by remaining 50% time allocation to Q&A and discussion.
- A Woman's Story in IT at UC Berkeley: Systemic Harassment and Discrimination
- TIME'S UP ON SYSTEMIC HARASSMENT, DISCRIMINATION, AND CORRUPTION AT UC
- The Bear’s Lair: The untold story of systemic gender discrimination inside UC Berkeley’s IT Department
- How to be “credible” even if you're a woman... and other takeaways from the Berkeley sexual discrimination investigation
- Time’s Up on UC Berkeley administrators failing to address gender discrimination
- iPetition - Time's Up for UC Berkeley Misogyny
- Nothing About Reporting Sexual Harassment Is Easy
- Womens Magazine Interview, KPFA, interview starts 18 minutes in