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Fortune Magazine

The battle for talent: Workers have an edge over employers as the pandemic wanes "By default, organizations are always about scale and numbers, not human capital as humans first. ...The way I look at it: 'Here are these great people who built this great product who built this great company."

Google for Startup's

Women Techmakers' and Google for Startup's newest podcast: Founded. Last year, Google’s Women Techmakers launched “Founded,” a podcast celebrating the real, honest stories of women leaders in the tech industry and their journeys to entrepreneurship. Now, we’re back with a second season that will follow six women in tech with a common goal: to build a successful business. We’ll hear from women like Hana Hassan, who’s working to diversify tech companies’ hiring practices.

ReThink Austin

How to increase revenue streams across the globe and eliminate the racial wealth gap? Featuring expertise in raising and managing funds and expanding into new markets, this panel promises to leave attendees with tips and tricks they can use to diversify their revenue stream.

Google Keyword | Diversity and Inclusion

CEO Hana Hassan refuses to be ignored "I build, drive and make change as well as celebrate all humans, everyday, in an industry not designed for us, but rather that’s adjusting to us. Thankfully, though, I am one of many—and the industry is starting to notice."


"There is a power shift happening whereby there is a battle for talent and the need to invest in talent development. COVID has forced us to reflect on and redesign the way we look at human capital management, recognizing it as humans first."

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