The Berggruen Institute and Second Home Hollywood continues their series of co-presented live events that bring together inspiring and celebrated figures to discuss groundbreaking cultural, social and political ideas with “How Snap Is Promoting Diversity.”
The event, which takes place on Tuesday, Nov. 10, at 11 a.m., will feature Oona King, vice president of diversity, equity and inclusion at Snap Inc., in conversation with Katie Lloyd, development director for BBC News, as they discuss King’s approach to reform and transformative change.
King has built a legacy of radical change across policy, law and business. The second woman of color elected to the British Parliament, King is a member of the House of Lords and since 2019 has been guiding diversity and inclusion strategies at Channel 4, YouTube, Google and most recently Snap Inc. Snap Inc. is a camera and social media company that owns Snapchat, Spectacles and Bitmoji.
The Berggruen Institute’s mission is to develop foundational ideas and shape political, economic and social institutions for the 21st century. Second Home’s mission is to support creativity, entrepreneurship and social change. At the BBC, Lloyd is responsible for driving culture change, diversity and inclusion, talent development and sustainability.
For more information, visit secondhome.io/culture.
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