A partner at the Kapor Center for Social Impact, Freada Kapor Klein is also a founding member of Project Include, a network of mostly female engineers set up by Ellen Pao to enable Silicon Valley companies to become more diverse.
Freada’s work is at the intersection of racial/social justice and tech. Freada is the founder of the Level Playing Field Institute (www.lpfi.org), which promotes innovative approaches to fairness in higher education and workplaces. Freada’s book Giving Notice: Why the Best and the Brightest Leave the Workplace and How You Can Help Them Stay (Jossey-Bass 2007) combines quantitative research on who leaves corporate America and why, with stories of day-to-day experiences detailing the human and financial cost.
Freada is also a Co-Chair of the Kapor Center for Social Impact (www.kaporcenter.org), a Trustee of the UC Berkeley Foundation, and a member of the Board of Governors of the Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies.
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