19TH ANNUAL NATIONAL BLACK BUSINESS MONTH BEGINS

31 WAYS 31DAYS FOR THE HOLIDAYS FEATURING BLACK MANUFACTURERS WHO IMPACT COMMUNITIES


31 WAYS 31 DAYS FOR THE HOLIDAYS
BREAKING THE BILLION $ BARRIER
CREATING GLOBAL SUPPLY CHAINS

INNOVATION&EQUITY21: BREAKING THE BILLION DOLLAR BARRIER

JANUARY 15, 2022 FEATURES:

  • 21ST ANNUAL 50 MOST IMPORTANT AFRICAN-AMERICANS IN TECHNOLOGY
  • BLACKBIO100
  • 50 MOST IMPORTANT AFRICAN-AMERICANS IN INFRASTRUCTURE
  • TOP100 AFRICAN TECHNOLOGISTS
  • BLACKMONEY.COM 50 TOP DEALMAKERS

10 A.M. 181 SECOND STREET SAN FRANCISCO, CA annual scientific proceeding of the Journal of Black Innovation

SELECTEES INCLUDE:

Dr. Susan Elizabeth Ford, Special Assistant for Public Health and , Science Executive Office of the President (leff)

Meredith Harper, Vice President, Chief Information Security Officer, Eli Lilly and Company (right)

Yolanda Richardson, Secretary, California Government Operations Agency (far right)

21ST ANNUAL 50 MOST IMPORTANT AFRICAN-AMERICANS IN TECHNOLOGY

BEGAN PROGRAMMING AT AGE 10 IN COMPTON

SO HE’S INSPIRING STUDENTS NOW


Devine Consulting shows San Francisco high school students how to compute their way into space as South Central native Marcus Martinez described his work with the Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy (SOFIA). Have selectees of the 50 Most Important African-Americans in Technology interface with your school. Let us know how to contact you.