This post is spot on, though @Dropbox doesn’t have numbers that are necessarily “impressive” from…
Brandon E. Miller
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So I love the fact you said diversity isn’t just black and white. It’s brown, yellow, red, black, olive, etc. It as multi-colored as it is multifaceted. Although I agree the numbers aren’t impressive, see: every change has a starting point. Dropbox doesn’t have the power that Google does but could they? Yes. I do believe that more people would of made an informed opinion then back lash if another picture was chosen vs this very unseasoned one that was picked. Even after reading the article, I was glad to see women made more transition but I also believe those women didn’t look like me. Diversity has to be apparent in all aspects of a business to achieve it in totality.

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