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Commanding Conversations Event Series


May 19, 2021  |  1pm ET

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On May 19th, we will announce the launch of a trailblazing coalition that will bring together business leaders, corporations, nonprofits, community organizations, DEI experts, and diverse young women to command a shift in how we hire and support women of color from non-traditional backgrounds in the tech industry.

NPower is on a mission to move people from poverty to the middle class through tech skills training and quality job placement.

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Bank Of America Invests $4.2 Million In Underrepresented Talent, Announces New Partnership
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TechRepublic: Less than 5% of tech jobs in the US are occupied by women of color

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