We know that not everyone has a local FaithTech community in their city so this is an opportunity to get plugged into our global community and learn more about how our local ones function.
Come meet, learn, and build with other like minded Christians in tech as we steward our skills for the glory of God together!
This month, we can’t wait to hear from Olatunde Sobomehin, CEO and co-founder of StreetCode Academy.
As the co-founder and CEO of StreetCode Academy, a non-profit offering free tech education to communities of color, Olatunde will discuss how this work is tied to the civil rights of economic justice, highlighting StreetCode’s impactful efforts in advancing civil rights through technology education, empowering underserved communities to bridge the digital divide and create a more equitable future.
This is a talk that you don’t want to miss, so save your spot today and join us online on November 22nd!
Olatunde Sobomehin is the CEO and co-founder of StreetCode Academy, a Silicon Valley-based non-profit that offers free tech classes to communities of color. It is one of the fastest-growing organizations in the region, and now serves over 3,000 students annually with over 50,000 hours of free instruction.
As a student at Stanford, Olatunde led a public speaking class in the Engineering department and played on the top 25 Men’s Basketball Team, where he was voted Most Inspirational Player (2003). After graduating, he continued as an entrepreneur and an educator to teach classes at the Stanford Haas Center and the d.school, where he also co-authored the book, Creative Hustle, with sam seidel.
His body of work has earned him recognition as a 2018 Aspen Institute Scholar, a 2019 Praxis Fellow, and a 2020 Social Entrepreneurship Fellow at Stanford University. He and his wife, Tamara, reside in East Palo Alto, CA with their four children: Olatayo, Temilola, Tatiola, and Olataiye.
What is FaithTech?
We are a global tech community for Christ. We exist to help people in the tech ecosystem find community and steward their skills to glorify God.
Visit our website for more!
What happens at a FaithTech Event?
Meet: Community begins when we connect, get to know each other and build meaningful relationships.
Learn: Each time we meet together, someone will speak to us on the intersection of faith and technology.
Build: We start and continue community labs projects as a part of our regular meet-up rhythm.
Have questions? Email us at email@example.com
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