Tech culture reporter based in San Francisco Education: Columbia University, BA in English; New York University, MA in Journalism Nitasha Tiku is The Washington Post's tech culture reporter based in San Francisco. Before joining The Post in 2019, Tiku had a decade of experience helping readers understand how Silicon Valley thinks and operates. Most recently, she was a senior writer for WIRED, where she wrote a magazine cover story about turmoil inside Google during the Trump administration based on interviews with dozens of current and former employees. Tiku has also worked as a staff writer at BuzzFeed News, the Verge, Valleywag, NYmag.com and other places.
As Facebook's bias is under federal scrutiny, chief executive Mark Zuckerberg points to his philanthropic arm, CZI. But Black employees there say his efforts are hamstrung by race bias and fear of the right
Ifeoma Ozoma and Aerica Shimizu Banks claim they were underpaid, faced racist comments, and were subject to retaliation for raising complaints. Other women are now coming forward with their own allegations of bias.