about

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Bias is an entertaining and impactful documentary which examines unconscious bias and how it affects our behavior socially and in the workplace.

synopsis

To be human is to be biased. Bias documentary examines unconscious bias  and how it affects the way we hire, promote and fund.  Through fascinating anecdotes and potent testimony from experts, known figures and individuals in the field, Bias explores the brain science behind implicit bias and how “following our gut” can impede diversity and stymie creativity.  Bias addresses the challenges and successes of bringing unconscious bias to the forefront of consciousness.

content

We are proud to have secured many high profile interviews:

robin at workMellody Hobson, Ariel Investments
David Rock,
NeuroLeadership Institute
Howard Ross,
Cook-Ross
Iris Bohnet,
Harvard University
Anthony Greenwald,
Implicit Association Test
Mahzarin Banaji,
Implicit Association Test
Heidi Roizen, Venture Capitalist
Sam Altman,
Y Combinator
Aileen Lee,
Cowboy Ventures
Bradley Horowitz,
Google
Matt Mullenweg,
WordPress, Automattic
Freada Kapor Klein,
Kapor Center for Social Impact
Judith Williams,
Dropbox
Trae Vassallo,
Defy Ventures
Ann Miura-Ko,
FLOODGATE
Ernestine Fu,
Alsop Louie Ventures
John Battelle,
NewCo
Rick Goings,
Tupperware
Alisa Miller,
PRI
Irene Au,
Khosla Ventures
Promise Phelon,
TapInfluence
Ginnie Roeglin,
Costco
David Vlahov,
Dean of Nursing, UCSF
John Fassett,
Midwife / RN
Allyson Robinson,
Cook-Ross
Kieran Snyder,
Textio
Joelle Emerson,
Paradigm
Krista Morgan,
P2Binvestor Inc.
Jeffrey Siminoff,
Twitter
Mayor Libby Schaaf,
Mayor of Oakland, CA
Stacy Brown-Philpot,
TaskRabbit
Leslie Miley,
Venture for America
Nirav Tolia,
Nextdoor
Stephanie Lampkin,
Blendoor
Angele Christin, Stanford

 

impact

Based on the overwhelming reception that CODE: Debugging the Gender Gap documentary continues to have in US and in international corporate, government, tech and educational communities, we expect Bias to reach a vast audience.
CODE distribution as of May 2017:

  • The White House, US Department of State, US Congress, 12 US Embassies
  • Over 250 schools, colleges and universities
  • Screenings in 57 countries including Iran, India, Nigeria, Armenia, South Korea
  • Over 350 corporate screenings including Google, Yahoo, eBay, Apple, Microsoft, Capital One Bank, IBM, Ericsson, Amazon, Accenture, Intel, Target
  • Airlines / iTunes, YouTube, Amazon, Hulu, Netflix, DirecTV, Comcast
  • Over 100,000 individuals

We fully anticipate Bias will reach a larger distribution than CODE, given its broader topic: unconscious bias affects everyone, everywhere.

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