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Kathryn Finney to Discuss Diversity and Tech at COCAbiz Event Sponsored by Cortex

National tech leader Kathryn Finney will discuss ways to increase innovation and diversity at a March 6, ticketed COCAbiz event at the Grandel Theatre, COCA-Center of Creative Arts announced today. In her thought-provoking presentation, Finney will discuss cultural, technological and historical barriers to increasing diversity in tech. She will discuss how her organization—digitalundivided, or DID—is addressing those barriers to create a “New Normal.”

 

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Kathryn Finney to Discuss Diversity and Tech at COCAbiz Event Sponsored by Cortex

February 6, 2018

National tech leader Kathryn Finney will discuss ways to increase innovation and diversity at a March 6, ticketed COCAbiz event at the Grandel Theatre, COCA-Center of Creative Arts announced today.
In her thought-provoking presentation, Finney will discuss cultural, technological and historical barriers to increasing diversity in tech. She will discuss how her organization—digitalundivided, or DID—is addressing those barriers to create a “New Normal.”

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