Alethea cheng Fitzpatrick
Margenett Moore-Roberts is an experienced facilitator, inclusion coach, and diversity strategist. She pioneered Yahoo’s Office of Inclusive Diversity and served as its first Global Head of Diversity & Inclusion, successfully elevating inclusion and diversity as mission-critical initiatives for the web services giant.
Margenett drove the development of Yahoo’s corporate point-of-view on inclusion and represented the company at national events, including the White House Conference on Inclusive STEM Education, the Watermark Conference for Women, Big Omaha, Grace Hopper, the National Diversity Council, AdColor and more. Her point of view was featured in digital publications, including TechCrunch, the Huffington Post, BBC Worldwide (London) and Tech Diversity Magazine. Margenett’s honors include being recognized as a Top 50 Multi-cultural Leader in Tech (California Diversity Council), a 2017 MAKERS@ Awardee and winner of Marissa Mayer’s CEO Excellence Award.
Alethea Cheng Fitzpatrick is a women’s leadership and team development consultant. Her mission is to help companies and organizations cultivate women as leaders through inclusive models of leadership that will make the world a better place for all. She helps leaders and teams align with their values and what naturally energizes them in order to do their best work without sacrificing themselves or others in the process.
An Advanced Certified Coach with the Gaia Project for Women’s Leadership and an MBTI (Myers-Briggs Type Indicator) Certified Practitioner, Alethea is also the founder of Photosanity, where she helps parents find joy and connection through photographing their kids.
Alethea was previously a licensed architect with almost 20 years of experience managing workplace strategy and corporate headquarters projects. Born and brought up in the UK, she lives in Brooklyn with her husband and her 9 and 6 year old boys.
Alethea writes about diversity, inclusion, gender and race on Patreon.