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Over 300 Black Tech professionals from across the country gathered to raise awareness around diversity and inclusion in tech during the
2019 Essence Music Festival.
We are moving forward with Black Tech NOLA 2020 as a free virtual event sponsored by Entergy and JPMorgan Chase & Co. NOLAVATE Black is excited to bring Black Techies together at a time when we need community now more than ever! Sign-up to our mailing list to get news and updates on this amazing event. Explore Possibilities!
I pray you are all well as we try to find a new normal during this global pandemic. I write to you today from my home, recovering from presumptive COVID-19.
A Scrum Master is like a facilitator, the point person, that communicates between teams to ensure projects stay on track. A Scrum Master must be a good lister, strong communicator, organized, a problem solver, and work well with others.
AxoSim, Cadex Genomics, and Obatala Sciences are expected to bring 200 jobs to New Orleans. Companies will offer programs to keep local talent in our city by offering job training opportunities in medical technology and clinical laboratory sciences. A special congratulations to NOLA Tech 30 Alum, Trivia Fraizier, Founder of Obatala Sciences, on raising 4 million in funding! Read More
NEW ORLEANS – As the founder of NOLAVATE Black, the New Orleans Black Tech Collective, Sabrina Short strives to create diversity and equity in the local technology industry, while also fostering a safe environment where creatives of color can collaborate and thrive. Read More
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