Can't we all thrive? Ensuring diversity and inclusion in the future

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The nature of work is changing, and so is the importance and composition of the workforce. With millions of job openings in technology across the country, it is essential that governments, companies, and non-profits focus on what the future of work looks like so everyone can apply their skills and thrive.

In this conversation at the BUILD Series Studio in New York City, Verizon Wireless President Ronan Dunne talks with advocates about what has worked in his career and how he sees the industry’s workforce changing in the Fourth Industrial Revolution.

Xavier Harding hosts this discussion with Sarah McBride of the Human Rights Campaign and Michelle Tan of MAKERS to highlight best practices in improving diversity, making companies and teams more profitable and effective, and the future of the work itself.

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