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Ep 8: Decoding diversity in tech with the founder of The Codette Project

July 19, 2021 Amit Midha & Danny Elmarji Season 1 Episode 8
Future Extraordinaire
Ep 8: Decoding diversity in tech with the founder of The Codette Project
Chapters
1:10
Introduction to Nurul and The Codette Project (TCP)
3:43
TCP beginnings
4:53
Milestones achieved while redefining diversity in tech
7:30
Why are women not achieving their full potential?
11:09
How has COVID impacted women?
14:00
How can we help achieve a woman’s full potential in society and tech?
18:09
What would TCP do differently?
20:00
What values does TCP look for?
22:41
What’s next for TCP?
26:01
This time in BizTech – Heroes that have inspired you
30:04
Future plans
Future Extraordinaire
Ep 8: Decoding diversity in tech with the founder of The Codette Project
Jul 19, 2021 Season 1 Episode 8
Amit Midha & Danny Elmarji

In this episode, our guest Nurul Hussain helps us to decode diversity in the tech industry.

Founder of The Codette Project, a non-profit ground-up initiative that aims to get more minority women into technology, she once said this about her mission: "It matters to me because women matter. Talent and capability are equally distributed across different communities – it is access and opportunity that create gaps in success."

Tune in to hear from Nurul, who shares with Amit Midha, President of Asia Pacific & Japan (APJ) and Global Digital Cities, and Danny Elmarji, APJ Vice President of Presales, Dell Technologies, on how we can empower more minority women to join the tech industry and how she’s abandoning traditional business models to build an impact-focused community. Do support The Codette Project here: https://www.thecodetteproject.com/donate/ 


1:10 – 3:43 Introduction to Nurul and The Codette Project (TCP)

3:43 – 4:53 TCP beginnings

4:53 – 7:30 Milestones achieved while redefining diversity in tech

7:30 – 11:09 Why are women not achieving their full potential?

11:09 – 14:00 How has COVID impacted women?

14:00 – 18:09 How can we help achieve a woman’s full potential in society and tech?

18:09 – 20:00 What would TCP do differently?

20:00 – 22:41 What values does TCP look for?

22:41 – 26:01 What’s next for TCP?

26:01 – 30:04 This time in BizTech – Heroes that have inspired you

30:04 Future plans

Show Notes Chapter Markers

In this episode, our guest Nurul Hussain helps us to decode diversity in the tech industry.

Founder of The Codette Project, a non-profit ground-up initiative that aims to get more minority women into technology, she once said this about her mission: "It matters to me because women matter. Talent and capability are equally distributed across different communities – it is access and opportunity that create gaps in success."

Tune in to hear from Nurul, who shares with Amit Midha, President of Asia Pacific & Japan (APJ) and Global Digital Cities, and Danny Elmarji, APJ Vice President of Presales, Dell Technologies, on how we can empower more minority women to join the tech industry and how she’s abandoning traditional business models to build an impact-focused community. Do support The Codette Project here: https://www.thecodetteproject.com/donate/ 


1:10 – 3:43 Introduction to Nurul and The Codette Project (TCP)

3:43 – 4:53 TCP beginnings

4:53 – 7:30 Milestones achieved while redefining diversity in tech

7:30 – 11:09 Why are women not achieving their full potential?

11:09 – 14:00 How has COVID impacted women?

14:00 – 18:09 How can we help achieve a woman’s full potential in society and tech?

18:09 – 20:00 What would TCP do differently?

20:00 – 22:41 What values does TCP look for?

22:41 – 26:01 What’s next for TCP?

26:01 – 30:04 This time in BizTech – Heroes that have inspired you

30:04 Future plans

Introduction to Nurul and The Codette Project (TCP)
TCP beginnings
Milestones achieved while redefining diversity in tech
Why are women not achieving their full potential?
How has COVID impacted women?
How can we help achieve a woman’s full potential in society and tech?
What would TCP do differently?
What values does TCP look for?
What’s next for TCP?
This time in BizTech – Heroes that have inspired you
Future plans