Diana Wolfe

Diana Wolfe Bio

In her role as Digital Ethics and Emerging Technology Intern with Avanade, Diana Wolfe promotes awareness of digital ethics concerns and guides the creation of technical systems that produce ethically positive outcomes. Diana is a Ph.D. student studying Industrial Organizational Psychology, specifically researching the relationship between leadership styles and organizational ethics, how psychological safety can be measured with facial recognition, and the decolonization of statistics education. She is the founder of several research advocacy collectives – The Falcon Coalition, The Social Justice League, and EthicaXMachina – which seek to disrupt oppressive systems and empower marginalized groups.



Intercultural digital ethics: Understanding different points of view

Posted on March 16, 2022

Intercultural digital ethics: practical ways to look at viewpoints from different cultures when making digital ethics decisions.


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Intercultural digital ethics: Considering values from many cultures

Posted on February 8, 2022

Avanade's four-part series outlines our intercultural digital ethics process, pluralistic ethical decisions, and an IDE change management model.



Building a people-first workplace on a foundation of digital ethics

Posted on November 9, 2021

How to build a people first workplace on a foundation of digital ethics with the help of Microsoft Viva.


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