Computer History Museum 2016
Design Code Build Keynote
Our mind is wired to resist change while simultaneously offering astounding capabilities for adapting to change. This session highlights the brain science that defaults our behavior to resist change and offers a design thinking approach to enable you to develop your brain to take control and harness the power of personal change.
Road to Dreamforce: Women in Technology
Road to Dreamforce: Diversity & Innovation at Dreamforce
Lesbians Who Tech 2015
KQED: Being a woman in tech
NPR: Putting The Spotlight On Blacks In Tech
Today, guest host Celeste Headlee spoke with two technologists — Ayori Selassie and Greg Greenlee — about who we're not paying attention to and what can be done about the issue of diversity in the tech world. Dillard University President Walter Kimbrough also joined the conversation letting listeners know that the 'Black Steve Jobs' is out there. We just need to look harder.
NPR: U.S. Is Becoming More Diverse, But Is The Online Population?
According to a National Science Foundation study, only five percent of scientists and engineers in the U.S. are African-American. Host Michel Martin speaks with Freeman Hrabowski, president of the University of Maryland, Baltimore County about the challenges blacks face in the tech world. They're joined by Silicon Valley techie Ayori Selassie and digital lifestyle expert Mario Armstrong. This segment originally aired Nov. 27, 2013 on Tell Me More.
NPR: Hackathon Organizers Ask, Could A Smart Phone App Have Saved Trayvon?
Could a smart phone app have saved Travyvon Martin? Organizers of an Oakland, California hackathon are asking that question. Host Michel Martin speaks with Ayori Selassie and Kalimah Priforce about Startup Weekend Oakland.