Christopher Cabrera’s awakening happened while he was working at a Silicon Valley startup in the 1990s. He was halfway through hiring an eight-person team when his boss pointed out that all of his hires were white guys in their early 20s. “This isn’t a fraternity,” his boss said–a phrase that haunted Cabrera more than a decade later when he was launching Xactly, a sales-performance-management-platform company.

See what Jellyvision’s CEO Amanda Lannert has to say about the wage gap, ‘diversity debt,’ and unconscious bias, and how they’re holding your company back from becoming its best self.

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