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Why belonging matters at work - A diversity and inclusion case study

Join Culture Amp and leading digital communication company, SendGrid, for a deep dive into why belonging is critical in the workplace. In this webinar, you’ll learn:

- The three key findings from Culture Amp’s 2018 Diversity & Inclusion report
- How to communicate and take action on diversity and inclusion issues
- How SendGrid scaled diversity numbers and mitigated their gender gap while maintaining true to their values

You’ll hear from SendGrid’s Chief People Operations Officer, Pattie Money, as well as their CEO Sameer Dholakia, and Culture Amp’s Head of Diversity & Inclusion, Steven Huang. To learn more about Culture Amp’s new Diversity & Inclusion survey, contact info@cultureamp.com.
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Pattie Money, Chief People Officer, SendGrid; Sameer Dholakia, CEO, SendGrid; Steven Huang, Head of D&I, Culture Amp
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