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Kimberly Bryant
Attended Vanderbilt University
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December 13, 2014 · · Taken at the Bay Area Chapter of Black Girls CODE Robotics Expo where almost 200 girls, aged 7 - 17, excitedly learned all about robots and electronics. It was held on the campus of UC Berkeley with the generous support of Comerica and Bank of the West our event sponsors. A special thanks to WIRED Magazine for the donation of robotics equipment and to Devoxx4Kids for teaching our girls Raspberry Pi, Squishy Circuits, Arduino, and NAO robots!
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That is great program. All schools should have a coding class as standard curriculum. Just like you have standard life skills classes like Gem class or home economics, introduction to technology (like Black Girls Code) should be standard for all students too.
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keep on !!! www.metropromoworks.com :-)
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+Black Girls Code Atlanta Team Lead Yolanda Davis discusses Black Girls Code at #blackgirlshack  
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A network analysis of tweets on #womenintech shows some of the more influential members of the community.
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POLITICO, Google and the Tory Burch Foundation are pleased to announce the winners of their inaugural Women Who Rule awards, an extension of their popular Women Rule series. Kimberly Bryant of Black Girls CODE, Joanna Coles of Cosmopolitan, Carrie Rich of the Global Good Fund, and Stacey D. Stewart of United Way Worldwide are proven leaders of change in technology, media and business. This past July, POLITICO, Google and the Tory Burch Foun...
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+Black Girls Code is kicking off CSEDWeek with our first Mobile App Development class in partnership with GA Tech! Volunteer, sponsor a girl, join the movement!
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Senior Biotech Project Manager~Social Entreprenuer~Founder: BlackGirlsCode.com
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Biotech professional with over 20 years experience in Facility/Operations Maintenance and Project Management with fortune 100 companies representing pharmaceutical, biotechnology, chemical, and consumer products industries.

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• Understanding of Pharmaceutical FDA and EMEA cGMP requirements
• Certified (RCM2) Reliability Centered Maintenance Facilitator
• Advanced skills in MS Project/Visio/Excel/Powerpoint
• Kaizen Facilitator Training
• Lean Fundamentals Training
• Technology Transfer (NPI)
• Development and implementation of project communication and operating plans
• Contract/contractor management
• Cross functional team building/management

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  • Vanderbilt University
    Electrical Engineering
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