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Elizabeth Ames

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Senior Vice President of Strategic Marketing, Alliances and Programs at the Anita Borg Institute.

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On Monday, Google fired engineer James Damore, who wrote an internal memo saying “biological causes” are partially to blame for the low numbers of women in tech.

Google tries -- and fails -- to achieve diversity in Silicon Valley

On Monday, Google fired engineer James Damore, who wrote an internal memo saying “biological causes” are partially to blame for the low numbers of women in tech.

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