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Black Professionals in Intelligent Automation: Inaugural live forum on September, 30

  • 1.  Black Professionals in Intelligent Automation: Inaugural live forum on September, 30

    Posted 09-24-2020 10:36
    The Future of Work should consist of equal opportunities for all. Black Professionals in Intelligent Automation are making strides towards that by identifying the inequities in automation for the Black community, and addressing them.

    In this article, Alionna Gardner, HR Business Partner and founder of Black Professionals in Intelligent Automation, focuses on the disparities that contribute to the Black-White wage gap which is still very substantial today with the unemployment rates for Black Americans living in the U.S is nearly twice as high as that of White Americans.

    Black Professionals in Intelligent Automation wants to change this and ensure that Black men and women have access to the new wave of careers and benefit from the future of work as opposed to being left behind by it. 

    Read the article here and register for their Inaugural Live Forum on September 30 where our very own Alionna Gardner, @Jon Day and @Marsha Forbes will be participating!


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    Lorena Seco de Herrera Ortega
    Community Associate
    Blue Prism
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Blue Prism For Good

The Blue Prism For Good initiative addresses four distinct areas: Charity & Fundraising, Inclusivity, Supporting not-for-profits, and Education. These are unified by our vision to unleash society’s full potential and inspire the future of work through automation. As a predominantly grassroots movement, all suggestions and ideas for volunteering are welcomed.

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