In the ongoing conversation about the lack of African American women and girls in STEM, Google has
been making efforts to change the narrative. Leading the charge is the
company’s newly hired Head of Black Community Engagement, Valeisha
Butterfield. Here, TNJ.com talks to Butterfield about Google’s tech initiatives and upcoming plans to engage with the Black community.
For the next 28 days of Black History Month, AT&T will honor African American men and
women, from popular artists and ambassadors, to college presidents and
business leaders, who are uplifting their communities, making strides in
their professions and wowing the world at large. A series of inspiring articles and videos will be uploaded to the company's website beginning with Wayne A. I. Frederick; Ambassador Andrew Young; and Rosalind Brewer just to name a few.