Entrepreneurial Journeys: Black Women Activating Tech

In 2017, Nielsen reported that black women are not only leading influencers in the economy, media, and politics, but they are the fastest growing group of female entrepreneurs. Colony 5, a business accelerator connecting social entrepreneurs, furthered the possibility of entrepreneurship when selecting 4 of the most recent members of the 2018 (C518) cohort. Ehi … Continue reading Entrepreneurial Journeys: Black Women Activating Tech


Civic Tech: Washington, D.C.

Over the last several years, a growing cluster of promising, industry-specific tech companies have established themselves throughout the D.C. area. Montgomery County in Maryland, for example, is understood to be a vibrant biotech hub — lifted by a proximity to the National Institute of Health, among other things. Read More (via DCInno)

Moving Neighborhood Residents From Information Consumers to Change Agents

The dilemma is that we need to provide neighborhood resources so our Youth can learn how to transition from consumers to change agents.