Black Girls Code

Growing up in the Deep South and being a child born into the 1960’s, Kimberly Bryant felt that social change was running through her veins. Also, Bryant believes in defying the impossible. Though there were no black women engineers who could serve as role models as a child, Kimberly went on to become an electrical engineer. She’s used to being the only or other in the room. Yet, she knows how critical it is to leave the door open for others. Kimberly founded the company Black Girls Code which works against the digital divide and introduces black girls to coding.

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