The next big thing for the tech industry may be to break down the silos and share stories from the top.
That’s exactly what’s happening at the company-owned company.
Sia and Titanium have teamed up to share their experiences and insights to help build a more inclusive Silicon Valley.
“We wanted to make sure that we were taking these conversations seriously,” Sia founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg told me in an interview at his Palo Alto office.
“We wanted this to be something that people felt really passionate about, that people wanted to share with their friends, their family.”
Sia has been making headlines lately because of its partnership with Facebook.
Zuckerberg says the two companies will continue to collaborate and share information to help advance social justice.
Titanium’s goal is to become the “industry standard for women in tech,” Zuckerberg said.
It started with a simple request from Facebook.
Facebook wanted to hear about how the company is building a diverse and inclusive workplace, and Sia wanted to do the same.
In September of 2016, Zuckerberg told his Facebook team that he wanted to hire more women.
Zuckerberg told the company’s team, “I want women to be part of our company.
I want them to be the majority of our team.”
In early 2017, Facebook announced a partnership with Sia.
Sium was created to serve as a platform for companies to hire, promote, and train women in technology, engineering, and design.
Siac, as the company name implies, is a “silicon valley” company with offices in New York and Singapore.
Its founder and COO, Zuck, has been a partner at Facebook for more than four years.
Sia is also a leader in women-centric technology and technology startups.
Zuckerberg, Zuckerberg and other Silicon Valley luminaries have been among its founders.
Sias goal is “to create an inclusive, sustainable and sustainable work environment where every member is valued equally and treated equally,” Zuckerberg wrote in a statement to Polygon.
“I am committed to creating a culture of inclusion that enables all of our employees to work with confidence and in harmony, and I am confident that our culture will help create a thriving technology industry that’s welcoming to all.”
To achieve that goal, Sia is creating a training program, called the #WomenInTech Challenge, to support women in the industry.
The program is based on the #YesAllWomen campaign, which aims to make tech inclusive for all genders and ethnicities.
Zuckerberg and Siac are teaming up to create an online training program called the “#WomenInSecretsChallenge,” which will provide an opportunity for companies like Sia to help women find opportunities to apply their skills in the workplace.
The #WomenOfSecretschallenge, which has a goal of raising $50 million, will be held in early 2019.
In the event that it is successful, Siac will donate $25 million to the Siac Women’s Entrepreneurs Fund, which will help women who want to become tech entrepreneurs.
Siac has also created a website, SIA’s Silicon Valley: The Best of Sia, which offers information on a variety of women-centered tech companies in Silicon Valley, including the women at Sia’s own company.
The website includes a series of videos that illustrate the different facets of women in Silicon valley, from how they got started to how they’ve been treated by their bosses and peers.
The company’s founders are also looking to raise $5 million for the Sia Women in Technology Leadership Challenge, which is an effort to promote women in leadership in Silicon to tech founders.
The goal of the challenge is to increase the number of women who are running companies and mentors in Silicon.
Sias CEO said that the project is aimed at “starting a conversation,” not a fund, and that they don’t expect to raise the full $5-million they need to launch the initiative.
It’s a lot of money for a small team, Zuckerberg said, but it is also necessary because Silicon Valley has a history of sexism in tech.
The company has an “overwhelmingly male” workforce, and many of the men Zuckerberg and his colleagues have worked with have had similar experiences, he said.
“I think a lot can be learned from that experience,” Zuckerberg added.
“There’s so much that can be done to improve and accelerate the visibility of women, to give them a voice in leadership.
It starts with asking people, ‘What do you think about this?’ “