In 2003, Ace Champion was struggling to make a name for himself as a
chef in Louisiana. So he moved to Wisconsin, where he figured he might
stand out for his Creole cooking. He did, and then some. Today, the 37-year old is a chef and a cooking instructor who has an unorthodox approach to both where and how he teaches.
The president of the African American Chamber of Commerce of New Jersey
(AACCNJ) was appointed chairman of the National Black Chamber of
Commerce last week at a private ceremony in Washington DC, officials at
the organization announced.
The stubbornly low number of female computer science students in the
United States has generated a pile of academic studies, ample
hand-wringing and a wide-ranging discussion in tech and education
circles about what can be done to boost the number of women choosing
Benjamin Todd Jealous has joined the Kapor Center for Social Impact. In addition to becoming a partner, he is also on the board's 'Level Playing Field Institute', a non-profit that aims to eliminate barriers faced by people of color in science, technology, engineering and math.