"They don't want diversity, and they won't ever get it, because they're not setting up anything like the right space for it. What they want is a checkmark."
This suit comes on the heels of another filed by a group of women alleging gender discrimination.
Many obituaries omitted details about her brilliant career as an IBM programmer.
"You don't get men ever saying they get hit on during [investor] meetings," says Constance Freedman, whose Moderne Ventures just announced a $33 million fund.
Uber's workforce overall is comprised of 36 percent women, but that number falls to 15 percent when looking at employees with technical roles, the company said.