Founder, Black Girls Code
Kimberly Bryant is the founder of Black Girls Code. Founded in 2011, Black Girls Code is a nonprofit organization designed to introduce women of color to programming and technology and to foster them in these fields at an early age. She is a Biotechology/Manufacturing/Engineering/ and Supply Chain professional with over 10 years experience in Facilities /Operations/Maintenance and Project Management with companies in the pharmaceutical, biotechnology, chemical, and consumer products industries. She has expert skills in both team building and collaborative leadership with a unique ability to synthesize ideas across a wide spectrum of perspectives and develop a concise shared vision to drive organizational change and improvements in complex business processes. Kimberly majored in Electrical Engineering with a minor in Computer Science (CS) at Vanderbilt University.
Why it’s dangerous to separate gender from race in tech diversity
Bryant, Kimberly | 2017