Tuesday, October 13, 2015

BDPA iRadio Show: October 13, 2015 (Jeanose Lexima, Lyn Muldrow)

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The guest on the October 13th show:

Jeanose Lexima
Jeanose Lexima - founder, Women On Change - Jeanose Lexima is senior IT specialist and former BDPA member. She is the founder of Women Of Change (WOC). WOC advocates for women to combat inequality on a global scale, while cultivating young females to end generational poverty and inequality through 21st century training. Jeanose is on a mission to curb the poverty rate for the next generation through STEM training for poor girls. She is currently visiting the poorest schools in America, She seeks to cultivate a generation of untested minds, ready for knowledge and build character they will need to be successful in America. BDPA iRadio Show audience learned more about Jeanose's passion, her successes and her challenges as she moves forward with WOC. You can follow Jeanose on Twitter -- @LeximaJ.

Lyn Muldrow
Lyn Muldrow - Web Developer, Cactus Sky - Lyn Muldrow is a front-end web developer whose aim is to create or work on teams to create lasting social experiences for users. She is currently working for Cactus Sky Digital, a full-service digital marketing agency providing email marketing, online reputation management, website development, social media, public relations, and automotive solutions. Lyn has worked in the online marketing and customer engagement/support field for over 8 years. In that time she provided web design (HTML/CSS), social media management, user experience advice, and other marketing solutions for companies of all sizes, with an emphasis on small businesses and start-ups.

Lyn is an outspoken advocate for diversity in tech, and works tirelessly to increase access to tech skills for women and people of color. She volunteers with organizations like Lesbians Who Tech and RailsBridge that align with her personal mission, and she hopes to inspire future generations to pursue tech-focused careers. Check out her Github, which has her projects past and present: https://github.com/lynmuldrow. BDPA iRadio Show audience was educated and inspired by the unique journey of this tech diva! You can follow Lyn on Twitter - @LynMuldrow

We hope you enjoy the insights and commentary on the show from each of these guests. Please take a moment to post a comment to let us know that you care!

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