Inclusion Best Practices in Open Source and FinTech
Diversity and inclusion are hot topics across technology, open source and financial services, and justifiably so. Everyone agrees more needs to be done, but what does that actually look like? Attend this session to hear an honest discussion around best practices and lessons learned, from panel members who are on the front lines. Attendees will leave with proven action items and ideas that are tried-and-true, as well as a few actions to avoid. Everyone will leave more informed and in a better position to implement plans and programs
Jory works to improve collaboration in open source and open standards communities as a member of several industry boards and standards setting organizations. Recently, she helped lead the merger of the Node.js and JS Foundations into one OpenJS Foundation. She advocates for web developers on Ecma International’s Executive Committee, the W3C Advisory Council, the MDN Product Advisory Board, and works on projects with Ecma TC39, Ecma TC53, and others.
At OASIS, Jory is helping craft the Open Projects Program – a vendor-neutral forum for open source projects to align their work with related industries, standards committees, and communities.