MG: "I think sometimes, not everywhere, but sometimes companies in tech these days think empowering women would be a nice thing to do as opposed to it's going to really help fuel and drive your business. And if they're looking at it as a nice thing to do, then they're putting some Band-Aid solutions on things. But if they understand that it will be fundamental to them being successful, they'll actually take it up and make change. And what gets measured is what gets done. And so I do think the pressure publicly that's being put on the tech industry to measure and to be transparent, I think that's helping.
The supply of women and people of color, unfortunately, is still low going into tech, but I think we can use that to our advantage because the companies want to get their numbers up. But they're not going to be able to attract that talent if they're not actually truly doing things to change their companies. Because I'm hearing young women who are graduating with computer science degrees, they have five job offers on the table. And they're looking to see—yes, they want fabulous pay, they care a lot about the culture and so they will turn down the companies that they hear are not actually doing the real work and are unwelcoming to women once you get inside of them.