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Kimberly Bryant
Founder ~ White House Champion of Change ~ Smithsonian American Ingenuity Award
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Kimberly Bryant 3m
The episode of in Puerto Rico is my fav so far. That one was really awesome. Good season 2 all around.
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Kimberly Bryant 16h
Yeah definitely the case for SF
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Kimberly Bryant 21h
True. I’m a big open networker. It’s definitely how I met you and many other very strong colleagues/allies.
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DrBrittanyBarreto 22h
empowers women to love their bodies and enjoy fitness through her company . Thank you for your work and mission. 🙏❤️
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Alisa Maclin 22h
giving a very inspirational call to action in support of age, gender, ethnic diversity in tech
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Katja Kotala 22h
"Together we are strong" powerful talk by on how women can support each other at the by !
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Anaïs Salson 22h
Truly inspiring at such a young age! Thank you "What about our generation?" Messages to adults.. 1. We move together 2. We have a voice that need to be heard 3. We embrace our difference 4. We want to solve big issues 5. We need action in tech biases
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Silicon Valley Forum 22h
Inspired by her mom who founded , , Student and Computer Programmer, talks about How Girls are Shaping a Better Tomorrow. “Everything needs to change - and it needs to happen today.”
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Black Girls CODE 22h
“The next market will be built on solutions. We are the urgency generation. Tomorrow is today.“ — BGC Alumna Kai Morton ()
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Black Girls CODE 22h
“I believe we get some of the best results when we mix our tech & education with storytelling.“ — BGC Alumna Kai Morton ()
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Black Girls CODE 22h
“Embrace difference as a tool for change.“ — BGC Alumna Kai Morton ()
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Kimberly Bryant May 24
Ahhhh Thank you ! This is one of my main goals; I want them to LEAD forward and give back when they leave the nest. 😊
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NGCProject May 24
"In 2020, a projected 1.4 million computing jobs will become available in the USA. CEO of is leading the next generation of women of color to join this burgeoning industry with the goal to train 1 million girls by 2040."
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Kimberly Bryant May 24
Replying to @ashmosley
Great news! Have they posted an opening date?
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From Day One May 24
“Having diversity at the table when solutions are proposed leads to different solutions,” said , founder and CEO of , a nonprofit that provides girls of color opportunities to learn skills in tech and computer-programming.
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Black Girls CODE May 24
Our VP, Programs, Jacqueline Smalls (), attended the Association for Federal Information Resources Management () to accept a 6k Scholarship on behalf of BGC. We extend a huge thanks of AFFIRM's support of Black Girls CODE!!
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Kimberly Bryant May 24
Replying to @anildash
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Black Girls CODE May 24
As part of Lenovo’s Global Month of Service, hosted a coding event to give African American girls from BGC role models and coding lessons. The project of the day? Addressing the thematic issues of fairness and inclusiveness in AI.
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Kimberly Bryant May 23
Tiny window
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Kimberly Bryant May 23
Replying to @losangelista
Yeah they start early. Embrace it. They have great discounts. 🤣
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