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Tech & Housing: How Proptech Impacts People

Whether you’re trying to find an affordable apartment or buy or sell a home, tech is behind more and more of today’s housing decisions. For the past year we’ve been investigating tech’s role in the housing market, to see if tech products and companies are addressing inequalities in housing—or… Read More

Palo Alto: Discussion with the Author

Palo Alto, California, is considered the birthplace of tech, where the first virtual message was received on a computer the size of a garage. But underneath the shiny veneer of innovation and growth lies a more sinister story, one where capitalistic ambition, extractive labor models, and inequitable technologies have shaped… Read More

Sesoo Igbazua

Sesoo Igbazua is the Senior Director of Administration and Finance for TechEquity Collaborative. Sesoo brings extensive experience in helping mission-driven organizations realize their missions by ensuring fiscal responsibility and operational effectiveness. He comes to TechEquity from National Urban Fellows Inc, where he headed up the Finance and Operations functions. At… Read More

Diversity, Equity, and Layoffs: How Tech Changed Its Tune on Anti-Racism

Three years ago, as the Movement for Black Lives challenged institutional racism across the country, tech companies made pledges to enact new diversity, equity, and inclusion goals. How are those promises looking today? Fast forward to 2023, where tech companies are laying off workers in droves. While the demographics of… Read More

Senior Vice President of Marketing and Communications

Remote position TechEquity Collaborative is a 6-year-old nonprofit based in the San Francisco Bay Area. TechEquity Collaborative envisions a world where the tech industry’s growth creates economic prosperity for everyone and where tech sector employees and companies are engaged and active participants in making our economy more equitable. Our mission… Read More

Assemblymember Haney Introduces Bill to Expand WARN Act Protections

Legislative proposal would ensure that more workers in California are protected and have access to an economic safety net when companies conduct mass layoffs. SACRAMENTO— Today Assemblymember Matt Haney (D-San Francisco) announced AB 1356, the Protect Laid Off Workers Act, expanding the California Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification (WARN) Act… Read More