Our Founder and CEO, George Hofstetter, with select members of GHTech and some special guest lecturers, will be traveling to 10 different HBCUs to lecture on topics to inspire students and faculty to build at the intersection of disruptive innovation and social justice. This lecture series will lead up to the Juneteenth Tech Summit & Networking event held in Oakland, CA where the final lecture will be given to end the series.
We invite you to join us as we visit 10 Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) across the United States to lecture on topics including: Racism within Technology Development, Food Justice Through Engineering, Black Mentorship in Tech, STEM Accessibility Inequities in Early Childhood Education, Hacktivism, and Building at the Intersection of Disruptive Innovation and Social Justice.
Our Special Guest Speakers:
Martin Warfula, - DPhil in Engineering Science at the Information and Network Science Lab (INS) at Oxford University
Tyler Shores, - Manager of the CambridgeThinkLab, and Senior Research Associate at the Intellectual Forum, Jesus College, University of Cambridge.
Akintunde Ahmad, - MultiMedia Journalist and Globally recognized clothing designer
John Falsetto, - Music Composer, Theatre Director, and Oxford University Torch Fellow
Ahmed Muhammad, - Founder of KitsCubed and current Stanford University student
Oluwaseyi Olaleye, - Mechanical Engineer and Founder of Organic Harvest Digital
Adrita Mitra, - DPhil in Global and Imperial History at Oxford University
Chris Slowe, - Co-Founder and CTO at Reddit
Saad Rehmani, - EVP of Engineering Core Product
Matthew Snelham, - VP of Engineering Infrastructure at Reddit
Ori Schnaps, - VP Of Engineering Core Product and Core Engineering