Kelauni Cook is a software developer from Chicago, IL and the founder of Black Tech Nation. She is currently the acting executive director of BTN and co-founder of a distributed technology education and consulting firm working out of Carnegie Mellon University’s Project Olympus. To learn more about her story and how BTN was started, click here. For bookings, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
“If it’s not for all, it’s not for us.” – Mayor Bill Peduto
The latest from Black Tech Pittsburgh
Black Tech Pittsburgh is the inaugural chapter of Black Tech Nation and we couldn’t be more excited! With Pittsburgh’s rapidly growing tech industry and world-class institutions, companies, and non-profits, we believe that Pittsburgh presents the perfect ecosystem to foster true diversity in tech.
Though Black Tech Nation is only in it’s first year, we’re growing fast! Our plan for the remainder of 2018 is to welcome 100+ “black unicorns” around Pittsburgh into our organization, launch our youth program “Coding For College”, produce monthly meetups for our members, and continue with our quarterly BTN Speaker’s Series in partnership with Carnegie Mellon University. Click below to learn more details about what we’re planning in Pittsburgh over the next year! (read more)
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