The MIT Sloan Coder’s Club and the Black Business Students Association (BBSA) welcome a panel of Black software engineers and entrepreneurs to discuss their experiences learning to code, working in tech, and building digital products. They will answer questions like: What challenges did they face? Where did they find success?
To celebrate Black History Month, the MIT Sloan Coder’s Club and BBSA are offering insight into what it’s like to be a Black coder and founder.
Panelists to date are:
- Adam Taylor, Entrepreneur/Founder of Black (black.news)
- Nana Essilfie-Conduah, Software Engineer at Microsoft and SDM Fellow at MIT Sloan
- Chidubem Ezeaka, Co-Founder and Chief Product Engineer at BevSpot
- Amal Hussein, Open Web Engineer at Bocoup
- Roderic Morris, Software Engineer at Drift
The event is FREE and will be held on Thursday, February 22, 2018 from 12:00-1:00 p.m. at the MIT Sloan School of Management – Tang Center, Building E51, Room 149 (70 Memorial Drive, Cambridge, MA).
To RSVP for the event visit the event site here: Code Switch: Black in Tech & Entrepreneurship