Juno Leads the Movement to Increase Diversity in the Canadian Tech Industry, and We’re Proud to Be On Board.
On April 6th, 2021, Heather Payne, CEO & Founder of Juno College of Technology, announced the launch of the Juno Foundation. Lane Four is a proud to be an early supporter of the Foundation and their mission to increase Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (EDI) within our industry.
The Juno Foundation aims to increase the number of historically underrepresented individuals in tech. Based in Toronto, the foundation provides opportunities for Canadians of all backgrounds to grow their careers in the tech industry. Through community outreach, training, and diversity reporting, the foundation promotes EDI in Canada’s tech community.
Since 2013, Lane Four has been committed to helping non-profit organizations and supporting emerging Canadian tech talent. During this time, we’ve worked with a wide-range of non-profits, including the Jane Goodall Institute, the Institute for Canadian Citizenship, and the Walrus Foundation. In addition to supporting the Juno Foundation, Lane Four has exciting plans to continue supporting initiatives in our community and beyond.
About The Juno Foundation
The Juno Foundation is a charitable organization that seeks to increase the number of historically underrepresented individuals in the tech industry through a focus on three areas: Community Outreach, Training, and Diversity Reporting.
About Lane Four
Lane Four is a boutique Salesforce consulting firm helping high-growth startups scale rapidly with Salesforce. In addition to our extensive work in the SaaS startup world, Lane Four is dedicated to making an impact through work with a range of non-profits and charitable organizations in our community.