Inclusive Terminology

Have you ever used “guru”, “sherpa”, or “ninja” to describe programs, people or products at work? Using terminology like can be perceived as imprecise and non inclusive. Read on to learn why you should consider alternatives.

Some words we use routinely throughout our work day are rooted in racism, discriminatory practices or outdated notions of race, gender, color, creed, and identity. Other words and terms are new and…

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Program Manager @ Google. I write stories around: Design, Community, Product, Sustainability, Philosophy, Work, Career.

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Program Manager @ Google. I write stories around: Design, Community, Product, Sustainability, Philosophy, Work, Career.

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