Aaron Saunders is in business to do good. He is founder of Luma Lab and
CEO of Clearly Innovative. Washington, DC-based Luma Lab was started by
Saunders to teach children from underrepresented groups how to code,
design, and program. And not long ago, Luma Lab received a $100,000
grant from JPMorgan Chase for its STEM education program. His long term goal for Luma Lab is to become a brand name for tech incubators. Here, he tells us how he plans to make it happen.
On the heels of a $150,000 grant to the University of Michigan-Flint to enable the University of Michigan-Flint to develop a comprehensive data platform that will assist government and community leaders in making more informed decisions about the water crisis, Google today announced $250,000 in grant funding to partners in the Flint community to help resolve the crisis, with a special focus on using data and technology.