265 Kelauni Cook, a Coding Bootcamp Transformation & Fixing Race Imbalance in Tech
Kelauni Cook transformed her life by learning to code. She came to Pittsburgh to attend a 12-week coding bootcamp called The Academy.
Now, she heads Black Tech Nation and is developing on the Ethereum network. We discussed race and access in tech. We also profiled her story and eclectic collection of job titles. Kelauni grew up in Chicago and attended Howard University in Washington, D.C., before moving to North Dakota, where she studied to get into a program for sociocultural anthropology.
We end up talking about blockchain technology and cryptocurrency.
Kelauni’s Challenge; Invest in Bitcoin!
Blockchain TED Talks
Connect with Kelauni
If you liked this interview, check out my previous episode 195 with Felix Hartmann or any of my blockchain related interviews.
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4/13/2018 04:00:45 am
She is wonderful. I'm really glad to see that the girls rock nowadays. I know, we still have a long road to be walked. And it's so cool that a lot of girls decide to tight their lives with technology professions. But IT is still one of the most sexist areas to work. So I wish this girl luck. With all my heart.
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