Tracy Chou’s resume is noteworthy. She interned at RocketFuel, Google and Facebook prior to turning into a computer programmer at Quora and Pinterest. She is additionally a significant promoter for variety inside the tech business, dispatching Project Include in 2016.
Now, she’s the author and CEO of Block Party, a stage pointed toward causing individuals to feel more secure via web-based media platforms.
Obviously, we’re totally excited to report that we’ll be plunking down with Chou at TechCrunch Sessions: Justice in early March.
Block Party was brought into the world explicitly out of Chou’s experience working at places like Quora — building a square catch was one of the primary things she worked subsequent to being badgering on the stage. As a supporter for variety, and a major name in the tech circle as a rule, Chou has had something reasonable of involvement in online harassment.
Chou will go along with us as a feature of our Founders in Focus arrangement, conversing with us about the way toward turning up and dispatching Block party, just as her procedures around developing the business. We’ll additionally talk through how Chou settles on item choices for a stage like Block Party, which handles touchy issues of security and well-being.
Chou joins an exceptional cast of speakers at TC Sessions: Justice, including Arlan Hamilton, Brian Brackeen and a board that incorporates any semblance of Netflix’s Wade Davis and Uber’s Bo Young Lee.
The occasion goes down on March 3, and will investigate variety, value and consideration in tech, the gig laborer experience, the equity framework and more in a progression of meetings with key figures in the innovation community.
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