Kimberly Bryant has had quite a few ups and down during her journey as an entrepreneur, especially over the past year.
Black Girls Code board member Heather Hiles is breaking their silence regarding allegations made against them from Black Girls Code founder Kimberly Bryant. Hiles’ comments are the latest in a s
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Black Girls Code filed a lawsuit Monday alleging its founder Kimberly Bryant, who was ousted from her role as a board member and chief executive earlier this month, has “hijacked” the nonprofit
The return was a white man who misled investors and employees. The ousted was a Black woman who founded a nonprofit to diversify the coding world. If that’s where the analysis stops, it’s a disser
Defending an ousted Black founder is not a denial of the wrong, but an ask for empathy in the quest to get it right.
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Kimberly Bryant is officially out from Black Girls Code, eight months after being indefinitely suspended from the organization that she founded. In a statement provided to TechCrunch, a Black Girls Co
On the morning of December 21st, Kimberly Bryant, CEO and co-founder of nonprofit organization Black Girls Code, learned that she could no longer access her work e-mail. The board of directors at the
Microsoft has partnered with Black Girls Code, led by Kimberly Bryant, to enable the organization to launch a chapter in Seattle, Microsoft announced on LinkedIn today. Since launching in 2011, Black
Lyft has teamed up with Black Girls Code, a non-profit organization dedicated to getting more black girls involved in computer programming and technology, to make the non-profit organization one of i
On the heels of turning down $125,000 from Uber and then quickly raising over $150,000 through crowdfunding, Black Girls Code has announced a partnership with General Motors, which includes a $255,000
Last week, we reported Black Girls Code turned down a $125,000 grant from Uber in what Black Girls Code CEO Kimberly Bryant described to me as a multi-layered decision. Shortly after we broke the news
Uber seems to be looking to make amends to the tech industry in light of its tumultuous year that kicked off with former engineer Susan Fowler's allegations of sexual harassment and management issues
While the biggest names in tech strive to close the gender gap and build more inclusive working environments, the pool of talent on offer is predominantly male. The truth is, while retention is an iss
Founded in 2011, Black Girls Code is on a mission to change the face of technology by introducing girls from underrepresented communities to coding. Black Girls Code does this through a series of work
TechCrunch is excited to announce Black Girls Code as the recipient of the first TechCrunch Include Grant of $50,000.
The mission of Black Girls Code aligns perfectly with the founding goals of the