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Gender, race, and the German tech divide

A discussion with Dr. Nakeema Stefflbauer of FrauenLoop

Dr. Nakeema Stefflbauer is the founder of FrauenLoop, a nonprofit organization that selects and trains motivated women-identified persons for professional jobs in emerging tech. She’s also the founder of Tech In Color, a network of tech leaders in Europe focused on expanding visibility and opportunities for senior tech professionals from diverse ethnic and racial backgrounds. Dr. Stefflbauer holds MA and PhD degrees in Modern Middle East History from Harvard University and an Executive MBA from the Quantic School of Business and Technology.

In episode #10 of Campus 10178, the ESMT Berlin podcast, Dr. Stefflbauer speaks with host Tammi L. Coles about why she made the leap to the IT ecosystem and why she’s created organizations and networks to help other women-identified persons and people of color do the same, despite a context troubled by sexism, racism, and xenophobia.

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About Campus 10178

Campus 10178 is Germany’s #1 podcast on the business research behind business practice. Brought to you each month by ESMT Berlin, the 45-minute show brings together top scholars, executives, and policymakers to discuss today’s hottest topics in leadership, innovation, and analytics. Campus 10178 – Where education meets business.