Kim Mitchell, NPower’s VP of Program Strategy, speaks with Hispanic Engineer Magazine on the non-traditional pathways that must become part of the strategy to help women find stable employment.
NPower, with the guidance and assistance of MIT Solve, Agorai, and Kloudspot, hosted an inspirational workshop that sought to capture the challenges, expectations, and opportunities for NPower, partners and students to prepare for the future of work.
NPower CEO Bertina Ceccarelli and U.S. Representative Yvette Clarke Share What it Will Take to Advance Women of Color in Tech
The Hill | “It takes more than a village to activate on this mission — it will take a committed collective of leaders from public, private, and nonprofit sectors to implement solutions that break through roadblocks and dissolve barriers until we achieve equity on all levels for women of color in tech.”
In celebration of Women’s History Month, we had the chance to sit down with Courtney Walker, Technical Instructor from NPower Missouri for an in-depth conversation on her journey as a woman of color in tech.
NY CaribNews | In a virtual celebration for Women of Color in Tech Day, Brooklyn policymakers showed how they were working to change the fact that just 4% of technology professionals are women of color, yet women of color comprise 20% of the U.S. population.
SC Magazine | ‘I vowed I was going to teach people.’ An impromptu conversation with a stranger at a gas station changed Robert Vaughn’s life dramatically.
Green Street spoke with NPower NY Exec Director, Helen Kogan and Board Advisor, Sajawal Haider, CISO, Oak Hill Advisors about hiring tech talent during a
The BK Reader covered NPower’s Women of Color in Tech Day virtual summit through a Brooklyn-focused lens.
Congresswoman Yvette Clarke announced the resolution at a virtual summit celebrating women of color in tech and hosted by NPower, a nonprofit working to lift people out of poverty through tech training.