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#20: Slack Head of Comms Design, Kristy Tillman, on breaking through molds and improving diversity

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Published on Jun 25, 2017

Kristy Tillman is the Head of Communication Design at Slack.

In this episode, she talks about what it’s like building a team from scratch and how brand and communication design plays a role in an organization. She also explains why diversity is less about numbers and more about having the right perspectives present.

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