From founder to founder Greg Greenlee and Andrew West who are both visionaries of two of the nations most innovative and committed organizations and online communities dedicated to bridging the Digital Divide have strategically aligned to support each others goals regionally and nationally.. “I’m a Geek by nature, and Engineer by trade and dedicated to my craft” said BIT founder Greg Greenlee who’s focus areas are Cloud computing · Computer Science · Distributed Computing ·Hadoop · Informatio
“I welcome and respect the work of many others in the tech space. I’ve known of Greg’s work through Blacks in Technology and was more than proud to forge this relationship with Greg and BIT. I esteem him highly. The membership bodies which we serve deserve the best of the best in tech professional resources and community building amongst each other”, said Andrew West founder of NBITLO & Urban Tech Weekend.
Tech Entrepreneur, Social Change Agent ,Tech+STEM+Innovation Connector, Thought-Leader, Author@TheModernCEO, Founder@NBITLO, CEO West Innovation Group.
Blacks In Technology is a tech-focused community and media organization focused on increasing diversity in technology.Blacks In Technology’s mission is to increase visibility, participation, and change the perception of people of African descent in technology through community focused activities, events and media. Blacks In Technology (BIT) is “Stomping the Divide” by establishing a blueprint of world class technical excellence and innovation by providing resources, guidance and issuing a challenge to our members to surpass the high mark and establish new standards of global innovation.“Stomping the Divide”
Founded in 2009, NBITLO is America’s premier national organization dedicated to bridging the digital divide, creating equity in the information technology workforce, diversifying the S.T.E.M. pipeline, incubating and equipping innovators with world class inventions and global business ideas.
Founder of Blacks In Technology