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Intro to TechEquity Webinar – December Recording

On December 4th, we hosted an introduction to TechEquity: what our mission is, how we work, and what you can do to help address the Bay’s affordability crisis. We gave a 101 on how we got into the affordability crisis we’re in and what’s happening in the housing + workforce… Read More

What Happens Now: Post-Election Debrief

On Thursday, November 12th, we answered the question on everyone’s minds: now that the election is over, what happens now? The 2020 election was jam-packed with measures that would have statewide and local implications, not to mention the big race at the top of the ballot. From housing and corporate… Read More

So, Now What? How We Win Post-Election 2020

We finally made it. After an election year that felt like a decade, ballots are cast and the fates of our communities, our state, and our country are mostly finalized. Now that we’re here, some of us are wondering: well, now what? While the federal, state, and local elections will… Read More

Intro to TechEquity Webinar – December

Join us in an introduction to TechEquity: what our mission is, how we work, and what you can do to help address the Bay’s affordability crisis. We’ll give a 101 on how we got into the affordability crisis we’re in and what’s happening in the housing + workforce worlds to… Read More

Intro to TechEquity Webinar – November Recording

On November 6th, we hosted an introduction to TechEquity: what our mission is, how we work, and what you can do to help address the Bay’s affordability crisis. We gave a 101 on how we got into the affordability crisis we’re in and what’s happening in the housing + workforce… Read More

Thank God 2020’s Over – A Happy(ish) Hour

Everyone can agree that 2020 has been a hectic year full of more downs than ups. With election fatigue combined with the pandemic, many of us are ready to wave goodbye to 2020! On Wednesday, December 16th, we’ll come together to discuss what 2020 has taught us and how we can… Read More

Should Tech Companies Be Political?

This past year, we’ve seen how tech giants have started to get involved in the political realm more expliticly. Just this year, Uber, Lyft, and Postmates poured $110 million into their Prop 22 campaign. Other companies, like Coinbase, banned politics in their workplace. With a growing affordability crisis in the… Read More

What Happens Now: Post-Election Debrief

On Thursday, November 12th, we’ll attempt to answer the question on everyone’s minds: now that the election is over, what happens now? The 2020 election is jam-packed with measures that will have statewide and local implications, not to mention the big race at the top of the ballot. From housing… Read More

Intro to TechEquity Webinar – November

Join us in an introduction to TechEquity: what our mission is, how we work, and what you can do to help address the Bay’s affordability crisis. We’ll give a 101 on how we got into the affordability crisis we’re in and what’s happening in the housing + workforce worlds to… Read More