Reboot Representation’s Tech Coalition Pools Its Resources in Response to COVID-19
Microsoft’s Imagine Cup Spotlights the Importance of Diversity in Innovation
Reboot Representation Signs Open Letter to Employers on Summer 2020 Internship Commitments Amidst the COVID-19 Crisis
Welcome to Dwana Franklin-Davis, our new CEO
When the Reboot Representation Tech Coalition was formed in late 2018, our goal was to harness the philanthropic power of leading tech companies to support an increase in the number of Black, Latinx, and Native American women earning computing degrees. To achieve what we set out to do, we knew we would need a visionary leader at the helm.
On Our First Anniversary: Where We’ve Been, What We’ve Learned, and What’s Ahead
In September 2018, McKinsey & Company and Pivotal Ventures, an investment and incubation company founded by Melinda French Gates, co-authored a report that brought to light new data around the gender gap in tech, particularly for Black, Latina, and Native American women.
Salesforce.org, Riot Games, and F5 Join the Coalition as Executive Members
Today, Salesforce.org, Riot Games, and F5 Networks announced that they will join the Reboot Representation Tech Coalition as Executive Members. We’re thrilled to have their support as we invest in programs supporting Black, Latina, and Native American women pursuing computer science degrees.