‘Baddies’ Who Build: Using Technology as the Roadmap to Equity
Crystal I. Berger and Regina Gwynn will explore how Black Women Talk Tech is propelling women to build the next billion dollar business.
Join Us Wednesday, February 16th at 6PM EST for this compelling and dynamic fireside chat! This event is free and open to the public.
Systemic inequities in America have created a history of wealth inequality that leads to racial violence and social unrest. One solution to our country’s racial wealth equity problem…developing inclusive tech ecosystems that drive Black tech innovation and entrepreneurship and that’s just what Black Women Talk Tech is doing, unapologetically.
During this one-hour power packed session, Crystal I. Berger and Regina Gwynn will explore how Black Women Talk Tech Founders are propelling women to build the next billion dollar business, one black woman at a time.
Meet Our Speakers:
Crystal I. Berger | Media Tech Entrepreneur, Founder of EBO, & Host of Counter Culture
Crystal I. Berger is a journalist turned innovator who is committed to breaking barriers to entry in media via the use of smart technology. She is the founder of Pinnacle Media, a media architecture firm dedicated to innovative strategies that propel each client’s voice into today’s ever-changing media landscape. Crystal has been a featured speaker and host at the United Nations, Business Insider, the Congressional Black Caucus, AMC Networks and more. She’s been published in Black Enterprise, Mediabistro and on FOX News. Crystal’s book, “Be Extraordinary” explores how embracing purpose can propel anyone to a life of passion and prosperity. In her free time, Crystal enjoys laughing, strategizing and inspiring.
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Regina Gwynn | Entrepreneur, Advisor, Speaker, & Co Founder of Black Women Talk Tech
Regina Gwynn is the co-founder of Black Women Talk Tech, the organization that aims to identify, support and encourage black women to build the next billion-dollar business. Black Women Talk Tech is the largest collective of black women tech founders therefore bringing a unique understanding of the challenges Black women face and the advantages they bring to the tech industry. As co-founder, Regina co-leads business strategy, strategic partnership development and sponsor relations.