Daraiha Greene

Daraiha Greene
Google
Multicultural Strategy Lead, CS Education in Media

Daraiha Greene is the Multicultural Strategy Lead on the CS Education in Media team at Google, advocating for underrepresented groups (i.e. people of color, the LGBTQIA+ community, people with disabilities, etc.) by shifting the narrative of computer science through mainstream media. In collaboration with Conroy Productions, she brought Google’s first scripted web series, GodComplX, to fruition to highlight diverse portrayals of computer scientists. She also started the CS in Media team’s “CS + X” series which highlights the intersections between tech and other industries, such as music, dance, fashion, sports, etc.

Previously, she completed a three-month internship at Google before she accepted a full-time offer as a Human Resources rotational associate. Roles included a coordinator on the Finance HR team, program manager on the New Hire Orientation team, and an analyst on the Staffing Services team. She moved to the San Francisco Bay Area from Boston, MA where she was born to two musicians and naturally developed a strong love for the performing arts. She’s performed in many plays and musicals, and has been dancing since the age of 4! Daraiha graduated from Dartmouth College with a B.A. degree in Sociology and a minor in Theatre.

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