Speakers Nights and Networking Events
Creating real life connections with role models and experts
We strongly believe in diversity, inclusion, and equal opportunities in business. It's in our DNA.
Our goal is to empower founders and business professionals, especially women and members of underrepresented groups, to drive diversity in technology and enable sustainable innovation by embracing inclusion.
Short Novels On Diversity
Creating inspiration and new startup ideas through mix of existing solutions
“Diversity: the art of thinking independently together.”
- Malcolm Forbes -
Diversity Natives was founded by Britta Muzyk-Tikovsky on the verge of Diversity Day in 2016. She had been part of Annette Leonhard-MacDonald’s “Inspiring Female Founders” initiative which she took over from Annette.
Although women make up the largest part of underrepresented groups when it comes to diversity, Britta wanted to put the initiative on a broader basis and include everybody within the different diversity spectrums.
The reason: All diversity aspects are key in life and any business segment from startups to the corporate world - together with achieving inclusion and equality. It is also paramount to enable innovation that ensures sustainable solutions for our future.
The goal of Diversity Natives is to empower people and help them thrive by being able to use their diverse personal skills and character traits; to bring together likeminded people who jointly want to increase DEI and to help companies build teams with the right competency mix.
During the Diversity Natives Speakers Night events the community gathers to connect with inspiring speakers and discuss together how we all can foster diversity and increase inclusion and equality.
Britta is a strategic business development professional with +25 years of experience in the technology sector after acquiring a Master of Business and Engineering from the University of Applied Sciences, Karlsruhe, Germany.
She is founder and managing director of Capscovil Innovation Agency where she develops business strategies, creative concepts, and unique content to help clients in driving innovation, sustainability, and diversity and in bridging the gap between startups and the corporate world. Before founding Capscovil, Britta had worked for more than 15 years at well-renowned companies such as W.L. Gore, Teradyne and Intel.
As editor-in-chief of Chillipicks – a knowledge platform and newsletter – she regularly curates and writes about unusual innovation, emerging trends and bleeding-edge research from around the world related to sustainability, diversity and ethics in technology.
With her alter ego, she ventures into the world where technology and realistic fiction meet. Britta is co-author of electric vehicle spy novel “Project Black Hungarian”, author of diversity novel “GAME-Faint Signals” and has written several short stories including “The Chance”.
Connect with her on LinkedIn.