EMPOWERMENT Saturday - 3:30PM: The Convention Center's Great Hall
Kimberly Bryant is the Founder and Executive Director of Black Girls CODE, a non-profit organization introducing girls of color ages 7-17 to the field of technology and computer programming with a concentration on entrepreneurial concepts. Under Bryant’s leadership, Black Girls CODE has grown from a local organization serving only the Bay Area, to an international non-profit organization in seven U.S. cities and Johannesburg, South Africa. Black Girls CODE is now serving over 2000 African/African-American, Latina, and Native American girls.
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