Join us at the Google NYC office for an evening of speakers and networking to celebrate Black History Month. We will be serving bites, beverages and giving out Google swag throughout the night. 

Tuesday, February 28, 6:00pm
Google New York City
111 Eight Avenue 
Enter closest to 15th Street
Room: Water Tower
New York, NY 10011

Call for questions
You have the opportunity to suggest questions to be asked during our speaker Q&A session.  Submit your questions on the RSVP form when you sign up!

Or, feel free to enter them into our Moderator page.


6:00pm  Registration & Welcome Reception
7:00pm  Panel Discussion
          Sheldon Gilbert, Founder & CEO, Proclivity Systems
          Marcus Mayo, Co-founder, IncubateNYC
Marcus Mitchell, Engineering Director, Google
Kyle Wanamaker, Software Engineer, Tumblr
7:45pm  Q&A from audience
8:00pm Networking Reception
9:00pm Event Close

Schedule is subject to change.

Diversity at Google
At Google, we don’t just accept difference – we thrive on it. We celebrate it. And we support it, for the benefit of 
our employeesour usersour culture and students interested in the technology industry.

The Black Googler Network (BGN) is an employee resource group whose mission is to attract, recruit, retain and develop Black talent at Google. Since its establishment, BGN has been actively involved in supporting diversity at Google and in the communities in which we operate.

Google’s support for the Black professional community also includes partnerships with local and national non-profit organizations like the United Negro College Fund (UNCF), the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), and the National Society Black Engineers (NBSE), as well as educational organizations like the LEAD Program in Business and Management Leadership for Tomorrow (MLT). Through these partnerships Google provides financial and in-kind donations to support the work of these organizations.

When we encourage Googlers to express themselves, we really mean it. In fact, we count on it. At Google, being yourself is a job requirement. Intellectual curiosity and diverse perspectives drive our policies, our work environment, our perks and our profits. It's the amazing diversity of Googlers that allows us to do extraordinary things.

To learn more about Google's diversity efforts visit Diversity@Google and check out our Annual Diversity Report.