Date and Time
April 30, 2020, 6 p.m.
15 N Cheyenne Avenue Tulsa, OK 74103 (directions)
Holberton School Tulsa is proud to present an informative and thought provoking evening as we discuss “Diversity in Tech”. Our virtual panelists will share the secrets to their success and how they’ve leveled the playing field in the tech industry. Afterwards, we’ll open up the floor for questions and networking. *Virtual Event Login/Call in details will be sent to Registrants closer to the event*
Tyrance Billingsley II- Civic Innovator & Host of Tulsa’s 89.9 FM’s “The Business Hustle”
Milecia Mcgregor- Senior UI Engineer at Mediavine
Adam E. Recvlohe- Senior Software Engineer at SimSpace Corporation
Mikeal Vaughn- Executive Director of The Urban Coders Guild
Libbie Harris- Software Developer at Asemio
James Bullis- President of Ventin Web Solutions
Felecia Hatcher is on a mission to rid communities of innovation deserts by working with community leaders and government officials to create inclusive and diverse tech/startup ecosystems as the Co-Founder of Code Fever, Black Tech Week and Tribe Cowork and Urban Innovation Lab. Hatcher has raised over 3 million dollars to support Code Fever’s work which sits at the intersection of economic development and inclusive innovation. As an Author, Social Entrepreneur and the former Chief Popsicle of Feverish Ice Cream, Hatcher was named one of the Empact 100 Top 100 Entrepreneurs under the age of 30 by the White House and Kauffman Foundation in 2011, a 2014 White House Champion of Change for STEM Access and Diversity, Ruth Shack Honoree, 2017 Comcast/Nationswell Tech Impact Allstar, a Black Enterprise 2017 TechConnext Game Changer and 2016 Innovator of the Week, Essence Magazine Tech Master, and featured on the NBC Today Show, MSNBC, FORBES, INC, The Cooking Channel, & Grio’s 100 African American’s Making History.
For 7 years, Felecia ran Feverish Pops a Miami based gourmet popsicle manufacturing company with clients like Google, Airbnb, Paypal, Cadillac, Adidas, and Wholefoods. The VC backed company had a huge social mission and donated to build community programs, which is where Code Fever was launched in 2012. Before launching Feverish and Code Fever, Hatcher worked as a marketing manager at experiential marketing agencies for technology and gaming companies Sony, Nintendo, Wells Fargo 2nd Life Video game as well as the NBA as the front office Marketing Manager with the Timberwolves/Lynx during its championship winning year. A globally sought after keynote speaker presenting engaging talks at Walmart HQ, Google London, United Nations, White House Young America Series, Girl Scouts of America, SXSW, Coca Cola HQ, FBLA, DECA, Knight Foundation, TEDxJamaica and countless startup events, colleges and universities. Hatcher is also the author of 6 books.