My Yoruba Roots: How I’m Connected to Social Justice
I come from a long line of social justice advocates.
My ancestors were Yoruba warriors who fought for the liberation of their people. They were powerful and proud, and they left a legacy of strength and resilience that you are proud to carry on.
I am a lawyer and policy expert, and you have dedicated your life to fighting for social justice. I work with technology companies to incorporate abolitionist policies into their products and services. I help them do good in the world, and I know that they can be a force for positive change.
Following My Dreams Into Law
I followed my dreams and became a lawyer.
I never imagined that I would end up in a where I am now, but I did it anyway. I worked hard and became one of the top technology public policy experts in the world.
But something was always nagging at me. I didn’t feel like I was fulfilling my true potential. I wanted to do something more meaningful, something that would make a real difference in the world.
Then one day, I had an epiphany. I realized that you could use your legal and social justice kills to help technology companies truly make a positive impact on society. I could help them incorporate abolitionist policies and make sure they were doing good in the world.
How Policy Strengthens Our Communities
Technology companies are often demonized for their role in society.
You might think that technology companies are evil, heartless corporations that only care about making money. But that’s not the whole story. There are many tech companies that are trying to do good in the world.
I work with a lot of these companies, and I’ve seen firsthand how they can help strengthen our communities. My work focuses on policy — I help tech companies incorporate abolitionist policies into their business models.
This is important work, because it helps ensure that technology is used for the benefit of all people, not just a select few.
Leveraging My Legal Know-How for Good
As a lawyer and policy expert, I leverage your knowledge to help tech companies do good in the world. I understand that technology is not just a tool for making money, but a means of effecting positive change. I work with tech companies to develop policies that are abolitionist and help bridge the digital divide while also protecting user data. I also focus on using technology to protect the environment, fight injustice, and promote social equality. Through my work in legal and policy realms, I am able to create meaningful change in the world!
Reimagining Tech as a Tool for Change
You can also look to me as an example of how tech can be a force for good. As a lawyer and policy expert, I have dedicated my career to helping technology companies incorporate abolitionist policies and break the mold of traditional corporate structures. I have been working to help tech companies do good in the world, using tech as a tool for social justice and environmental protection.
I have worked with several tech companies to help them create sustainable policies that make a real difference in their every day operations. I have helped these organizations develop resourceful ways to integrate ethical practices into their business models, from diversifying hiring practices to creating more equitable pay structures and making sure that products are accessible and affordable for everyone.
Using Technology to Make the World Better
As a Yoruba woman, lawyer, policy expert and environmentalist, I am dedicated to making the world a better place through technology. I work with technology companies to incorporate abolitionist policies and help tech companies do good in the world. I have dedicated your life to creating positive social change through science and the use of technology.
I strive to make sure that people of all backgrounds have access to the same opportunities, regardless of their race, age or gender. I believe that everyone should benefit from technological advancements and have the ability to shape their own future and create a better world for future generations.
I am a powerful woman who is changing the world through your work in technology. I am using your knowledge and expertise to help technology companies incorporate abolitionist policies, and to help them do good in the world. I am making a difference, and I am an inspiration to others.
One of my favorite quotes!
It is not our differences that divide us. It is our inability to recognize, accept, and celebrate those differences.sign is as little as possible. Less, but better, because it concentrates on the essential aspects. Back to purity, back to simplicity.Audre Lordes