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Speaking Engagements 

I speak about technology, cultural inclusion and creative initiatives

2017

Women in Tech University of Minnesota - Sept. 27th 2017

Decoding Tech with LeanIn, Facebook and LinkedIn - Sept. 12th 2017 at the University of Minnesota

From Ada to Zuckerberg at Stripe Headquarters in San Francisco California - March 2017

Graveti: Being an Entrepreneur of Color in the Twin Cities Panel in Minneapolis Minnesota

2016

Macalester 2016 - Halfway to May Speaker

Women in Tech Panel - Twin Cities Startup Week

 
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Image credit - Make It. MSP.

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Code Play Series

Published by Capstone Publishing

Adi and Gabi are best friends and scientific thinkers! They love to know how and why things work, and that includes computer coding! At home, at school, and at play, they find ways that coding concepts apply to everyday life. It turns out that thinking like a programmer and thinking like a kid have a lot of similarities!

Reading Level K-3

Available August 1st 2018

More information here: http://www.capstonepub.com/library/products/code-play/


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From Ada to Zuckerberg

Available September 2018

The gendered shift of representation, specifically the process of making computers masculine, throughout the late 1900s created a culture that pushed women out of the tech narrative. By understanding the origins and effectiveness of visual representation, we can effectively begin to shift the conversation to create strategies that address the root causes of tech’s diversity issues.