The most respected source on equal opportunity in high technology since 1998

 
 

Silicon Ceiling 15: Equal Opportunity and High Technology is cited in the New York Times and is featured during this Silicon Valley Rising seminar by the South Bay Labor Council and AFL-CIO headlined by Liz Shuler, secretary-treasurer of AFL-CIO;  

It contains our study of EEO compliance by 243 San Francisco-based technology employers. The book sparked the first ever EEOC hearings on technology discrimination in May 2015, and has our exclusive list of more than 100 African-American venture capitalists.  

 
 
 
 

The only independent data on technology equal opportunity is Silicon Ceiling 15 as author  John William Templeton shares findings for AFT's Mary Cathrine Ricker and AFL-CIO's Liz Shuler with Ben Field, director of the South Bay Labor Council.