Meet Carman Nareau, the spearhead of immigration technology at the famed Emerson Collective. Carman’s role at this influential organization thrives at the intersection of technology and policy, seeking to harness the power of tech to create systemic change in the complex field of immigration. As the orchestrator of groundbreaking tech solutions, ranging from advisory services to tangible product creation, Carman’s work propels social impact in a direction that is as exciting as it is necessary.
Emerson Collective was founded by Laurene Powell Jobs, the widow of Apple co-founder Steve Jobs, and who continues to carry on an impactful legacy through her organization. The Emerson Collective focuses on various key issue areas such as immigration, education, environment, public health, and racial equity. Using a broad range of tools, including technology, they aim to find sustainable solutions that create systemic change.
In this episode, you’ll hear about:
- Emerson Collective’s Extraordinary Ability Boot Camp discussed immigration, trust-building, data, and technologists’ role in reform.
- The Intersection of Immigration and Technology: Creating an understanding between technologists and immigrants to create more inclusive policies.
- Her advocacy for inclusive immigration policies
- Using technology to support nonprofits and shifts in immigration and startup funding.
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