Until you make the unconscious conscious, it will direct your life and you will call it fate.
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What people say
Andrea Jiménez - PHD Student
To Ingrid Marsh, for reminding me that I have a voice. Your support enabled me to build up my own power that somehow was already inside of me but had been neglected. Thank you for everything you do for women.
Lanre Atijosan - Entrepreneur
Ingrid is fire!! Innovative, Engaging, Raw.
Lisa Nichols - Entrepreneur
Ingrid shared so many hidden gems about how to think and how we are perceived and had so much insight into studies conducted, she’s a certain subject matter expert. I commented to Ingrid afterwards that I wanted to have her style, that confidence just like her and she quickly and firmly reminded me that I should be like me! We all need someone whose on our side to remind us to be ourselves! I absorbed every word and learned a lot in one session.
Emma Perry - Accountant
Dearest Ingrid, I thought the course was incredible.
You are so amazing at what you do. You are so professional, knowledgeable and engaging - I ate up every gem you gave us today.
Sam Carrick - Creative, Born Social
Really Good Session, What a Legend.
Georgie Hazel - The Eleven Start Up
Ingrid embodies the rarely seen professionalism and subject matter expertise. Complete openness and an infectious energy. She had our team totally hooked from the first second and everyone came away buzzing. Truly empowering and I would recommend to anyone.
Rob McCargow - PWC
Always love listening to the wonderful Ingrid Marsh.
Elliot Engers, Co founder & CEO Infinity Health
Hello, Just wanted to say thank you for the talk on Monday. It has certainly got us thinking about the unconscious bias that might exist in the work we do. We spend a lot of time trying to avoid personal bias, that's important for great design but I've never really considered there might be a gender, race, social bias lurking within the design patterns we choose. First thing I checked, the order in which we allow our users to select the gender of their patients in our product... You won't be surprised to learn that we implemented 'Male' before 'Female'. For no good reason at all. Surely our default sorting should have been alphabetical but there you go... We often have to consciously make tough decisions and compromises and we spent a while discussing the appropriate way to input gender, considering the importance of how individuals might want to be identified in a clinical context and a raft of standards and political issues but we never once thought to consider the order in which we display the choices for our users. It's not like we don't have a mix of genders on our team but none of us spotted it. Anyway, it's helpful to be reminded where our blind spots might be. Thanks again.
Elliot Engers, CEO Infinity Health
Hi Ingrid, forgot to mention, Consider this another (very small) success of the 5-min talk you gave at Tech for Good. Just the act of discussing it, writing the developer story and QA'ing it has made everyone in the team a little more aware of the issues you're tackling.
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