We want to give you the tools and information to help you build a better interview process that replaces your own unconscious bias with a bias based on facts. Knowing those facts will help you build the right questions and a candidate experience that has talent who you don't hire telling their friends how great their experience was. With the right process in place, you and your team will feel less anxiety and be more confident that you're hiring the right people!
1. Become more aware of your own biases
2. Build questions to help you "screen-in" the right candidates
3. Create a more inclusive and authentic candidate experience
Nina is Head of Inclusive Strategy and Design at interviewIA and the Managing Partner for Breaking the Bias, a program and micro-learning platform that helps companies and individuals create tools, methods and strategies to build more inclusive workplaces. As a child of immigrants, Nina has always been passionate about social justice and improving the lives of marginalized people. She began her career in the non-profit world working to empower underrepresented communities, then went on to get an MBA before she decided to teach herself front-end web development and user experience design. In 2017, she and her team became finalists at the Go Code Colorado hackathon, and co-founded <div>ersity, a women founded startup focused on creating an equitable and inclusive tech industry. With nearly twenty years of experience in non-profit and for-profit organizations, she is a serial entrepreneur combining her community organizing, business, leadership and app development skills.