Reveal is examining diversity in the tech industry, and we want to know how diversity, or the lack thereof, shapes your work experience. Credit: #WOCinTech Chat

As part of an ongoing investigation, Reveal from The Center for Investigative Reporting is taking a closer look at Silicon Valley’s employment data and what it can tell us about tech companies’ commitment to diversity and inclusivity. But numbers are only half the story.

To help us better understand how diversity and inclusion efforts are playing out at tech companies, Reveal wants to hear from current and former employees at Silicon Valley tech companies about their experiences. 

Whether you’ve been a part of diversity efforts internally, left a job due to a lack of diversity or have suggestions for what your company could do to be more inclusive, we want to hear from you. Please take a few minutes to share your insights through the confidential form below. We won’t share your responses with anyone without your explicit permission.

If you want to talk with one of our reporters directly, email Cristina Kim, collaborations and engagement manager, at ckim@revealnews.org.

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Cristina Kim is the collaborations and engagement manager at Reveal from The Center for Investigative Reporting. She develops creative on-the-ground campaigns around Reveal's investigations, and works with local newsrooms via Reveal Labs to build capacity for engagement and investigative journalism. Previously, Kim was an oral historian at UC Berkeley's Oral History Center. Before that, she managed StoryCorps' library programs, where she initiated and oversaw a large-scale recording project in partnership with public and tribal libraries. She holds a master's in American Studies from Brown University and Columbia University and a bachelor's in Latin American & Latino Studies from UC Santa Cruz. She is based in Reveal's Emeryville, California, office.