If Uber wants to become better, I think shedding light on dark situations like this is the first step to bringing about change. Management needs to stop shying away from the issues and pretending problems don’t exist. I know there are great people at the company that will push it forward in the right direction. They will stumble, and fall sometimes, but it’s all part of growing. I just wish it would happen sooner, and that people like me, Susan, and countless others, didn’t have to suffer for change to happen.
Sexism at Uber from female management #UberStory
Keala Lusk

Keala, great piece. If you want to expand on this “how to start fixing” issue, we’d love to have you do so on Women 2.0.

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