Jocelyn Garibay

Jocelyn Garibay
Code2040
Program Director

Jocelyn Garibay is a Program Director at Code2040. At Code2040 Jocelyn has worked across 70 tech companies delivering trainings and consulting around navigating bias, sitting in productive and hard conversations about race, and managing with a racial equity lens.

Prior to Code2040, Jocelyn has been an internal Equity & Inclusion champion in both the tech and non-profit sectors. Jocelyn has experience integrating equity and inclusion into every aspect of the employee lifecycle – from advising on how to write inclusive job descriptions to unionizing staff for higher wages and comprehensive overtime policies to rolling out Employee Resource Group structures; every system that upholds our workplaces has space to become more equitable.

Jocelyn is a queer, feminist, Aquarian, Latina. When she’s not dreaming of a racially equitable tech industry where Black and Brown folks thrive, she’s probably off reading a book, dancing to house and soul tunes, doing some light community organizing, or watching cooking shows with her partner. Chopped, anyone?

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