Technology has an impact on our day-to-day life. As technology advances and new inventions emerge, more and more women are getting involved in the tech profession.
💥Kimberly Bryant is the founder and CEO of Black Girls CODE, a non-profit dedicated to changing the face of technology. Kimberly’s work builds on her experience as a successful engineer and focuses on introducing girls of color (ages 7-17) to the field of technology and computer science. Participants learn both coding skills and entrepreneurial concepts.
💥Mari Galloway is the CEO and founding member of the Women’s Society of Cyberjitsu, an organization dedicated to raising awareness of cybersecurity opportunities and raising the profile of women in the security field. She has held senior roles for Palo Alto Networks, the US government, and other top organizations. She’s also a board member of Wicked6, a cutting-edge collegiate eSports initiative.
💥Stacy Brown-Philpot is one of the leading voices in technology leadership. She’s a founding member of SB Opportunity Fund, a $100 million venture fund dedicated to supporting and building a community of outstanding Black, Latinx, and Native American founders. Previously, Stacy was the CEO of TaskRabbit and widely credited with the company’s explosive growth.
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