Diversity Reboot Summit

Walk of Privilege: An Interactive Experience with Natalie Egan, CEO of Translator

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Walk of Privilege: An Interactive Experience with Natalie Egan, CEO of Translator

Translator's Walk of Privilege is a 100% anonymous, digital, interactive experience that helps employees develop self-awareness to better understand their own identity and the lived experiences of others through the lens of privilege & marginalization. Designed to empower empathy and allyship at scale, this simple and powerful exercise also helps organizations develop data-driven awareness and actionable insights about their employees to create a more inclusive & equitable culture. Translator “experiences” are highly interactive 90-minute, web-based events with up-to (100) participants (although they can be customized for larger capacity and different delivery formats). We are thrilled to be joined by Translator CEO & Founder Natalie Egan, who will lead us through this interactive DEI experience.

Meet The Speaker

Natalie Egan
Natalie Egan
CEO @Translator: Diversity & Inclusion As-A-Service

Natalie Jane Egan is an openly transgender B2B software entrepreneur and a recognized thought leader living her life at the intersection of technology and Diversity & Inclusion.

 Natalie has over 20 years of experience driving digital change, developing high performing teams, building complex products, and selling enterprise solutions.

 Today, she is the CEO and founder of Translator, where she and her team are on a mission to scale empathy and equality through technology.

Prior to founding Translator in 2016––and prior to her transition––Natalie was CEO and founder of PeopleLinx, a venture capital backed sales technology solution that was acquired in 2015. In addition to her entrepreneurial pursuits, Natalie has also worked in leadership positions at large public companies like LinkedIn, Autonomy, and Ecolab.

Outside of work, Natalie is a parent, a runner, and a consummate activist for transgender rights and representation. Based in New York City, Natalie received her undergraduate degree from Cornell University, her MBA from The Villanova School of Business, and is currently writing her first book about her transition from a Male-to-Female CEO in corporate America and the business lessons learned along the way.