Uber's diversity manager "Cultural change never happens overnight"

Bo Young Lee on the left speaks with TechCrunch senior reporter Megan Rose Dickey on TechCrunch Disrupt in San Francisco on Friday.

Uber still works to fix his culture, but it will take time.

Bo Young Lee, Uber's diversity and inclusion manager at TechCrunch Disrupt in San Francisco, said, "We are still experiencing cultural changes and cultural changes have not occurred overnight." "You can set new cultural norms, you can put in new cultural values, but these values ​​are embedded in our system … [that] You will see a complete appearance. "

Uber hired Lee in January as the first person in charge of diversity and inclusion. The company is working on rebuilding the image as a result of leader withdrawal, Federal investigation 5 cases, and five scandals by former US Attorney General Eric Holder. All this was received after Susan Fowler, Uber's former engineer, wrote sexual harassment, sexual prejudice, and cases of non-professional business practices within the company in a blog post last February.

Mr. Lee worked with Ms. Dara Khosrowshahi who was appointed last year's Uber's new CEO and changed the way to recruit and recruit talent to reduce prejudice.

"I have every reason …

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