Social Entrepreneur / Founder and CEO at Black Girls CODE
Oakland, CA / Black
🎓B.E., Electrical Engineering Major/Math, CS Minor, Vanderbilt University
Kimberly inspires girls of color to pursue careers in technology and computer science while developing entrepreneurial skills.
WATCH & DISCUSS
Black Girls CODE works against the digital divide by introducing young girls of color into the technical field through workshops and programs.
The National Science Foundation has gathered statistics to discover who's working in STEM careers. Review this data and identify ways that Black Girls CODE is working to make a difference. What groups make up the smallest number of people in science and engineering careers? Why might this be true?
STEM by the Numbers - students analyze data
Black Girls CODE - measuring impact
Black Girls CODE Presents #FutureTechBoss Series
ADVICE TO YOUNGER SELF