Tag Archives: DiversityAtAppNexus

AppNexus Black Alliance: Expanding community outreach and increasing diversity in tech

In 2015, Black AppNexians created the AppNexus Black Alliance (ABA) to provide the community and allies, a safe space for open dialog to exchange thoughts and ideas on race in our professional and personal lives. As part of the ABA, … Continue reading

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Proud and Unprejudiced: A Look Into OutNexus’ 2016 Pride Week

AppNexus’ LGBTQ* affinity group, OutNexus’ mission is the “promotion of an inclusive and welcoming professional environment through education, visibility, and supportive resources.” With this in mind, OutNexus put together a series of inspiring events during Pride Month with the goal … Continue reading

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A Parent Reflects on the Value of Take Your KidNexian to Work Day

I recently was telling one of my friends that I helped organize the Take Your KidNexian to Work Day (TYKTWD) event at AppNexus and her immediate reaction was, “What is there to organize? Don’t they just sit around all day … Continue reading

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Bringing Further Diversity to Tomorrow’s Digital Leadership: a Recap of the AppNexus Women’s Leadership Forum

The idea (or “twinkle”, as Catherine Williams, AppNexus’ Chief Data Scientist, put it in her opening remarks) for the AppNexus Women’s Leadership Forum  was when a group of AppNexian women attended our annual NYC Summit a few years back. Time and … Continue reading

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Congratulations to the 2015 Girls Who Code Graduates!

    Last night, AppNexus hosted the 2015 Girls Who Code Summer Immersion Program graduation ceremony in our New York office. At the event, 20 talented young women from diverse backgrounds graduated from the seven-week program, making them the fourth … Continue reading

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