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Judith Williams

Dropbox Diversifier: Judith Williams

Introducing more diversity into our workplaces isn’t an obligation. It’s a decision that can make a company smarter and more creative.

Since arriving at the company, Dropbox’s global head of creativity Judith Williams has worked to increase the pipeline of women and under-represented groups, create an inclusive corporate culture and build better ties with communities around the business. Judith previously worked at Google - where she helped the team become aware of “unconscious bias”, in which people lean toward those who are similar to them. She has also applied this insight to the film industry, exploring unconscious gender bias with JJ Abrams’ film company Bad Robot in the run up to the filming of Star Wars: The Force Awakens.

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Sarah Meiklejohn is a Lecturer in the Departments of Computer Science and Security and Crime Science at University College London. She has broad research interests in computer security and cryptography, and has worked on topics such as anonymity and criminal abuses in virtual currencies, privacy-enhancing technologies, and bringing transparency to shared systems. Previously, Sarah received a PhD from University of California, San Diego in May 2014, as well as an Sc.B. in Mathematics in 2008 and an Sc.M. in Computer Science in 2009, both from Brown University.

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