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Resources From “A Conversation: Leadership During Times of Turmoil”

Thank you to everyone who joined us for “A Conversation: Leadership During Times of Turmoil,” featuring our President and CEO, Brenda Darden Wilkerson. During this event, we shared some resources to help our community connect, learn, and support one another during these difficult times. See the full list below, and share with your network!

Organization Offering Contact
Purple Impact Strategies Sourcing for Project/Program Managers Thomas Conrad
415 635 7997
COVIDbase Database with opportunities for people with technical skills to help with COVID-19 outreach projects Elisabeth Wallin
Harvest App Distribute backyard fruits and veggies at the nearest food drop offs for the people who have difficulty buying during this pandemic outbreak Usha Jagannathan
Girls Who Code Free #CodeFromHome activities Lekisha Middleton
AnitaB.org Accountability Study Group to learn four different coding language options Tasha Green
Microsoft Online networking session called #WomenITPro Cathy Moya
The Memo: What Women of Color Need to Know to Secure a Seat at the Table by Minda Harts Career advice guide for women of color
Open Source COVID19 Medical Supplies Evaluate, design, validate, and source the fabrication of open source emergency medical supplies around the world, given a variety of local supply conditions Afiya Carter
Lightbot An educational video game for learning software programming concepts Tasha Green
Courser and Yale Course with a series of challenges designed to increase your own happiness and build more productive habits Muazma Zahid
Udacity Online learning free access for 30 days Muazma Zahid
Salesforce Has employee program that allows for paid time if an employee is committed to volunteering a chunk of time with a nonprofit they are passionate about Christa Tipton
Fairrer Samani Group LLC Virtual Tea Party: The party moderator is S. Lynn Coleman, MBA, Cisco Systems.
Dr. Leedjia Svec will share her recipe on “How to Making Cake on Mars. The possibilities of what if?”
Dr. Jeannice Samani will share the tea on “Having Your Voice Heard! Standing in empowerment and knowing that you have a place and space.”
Jeannice Fairrer Samani
The Community Mentors Mobile App – Microsoft Find tech mentors, or to help mentor Cathy Moya
Phin Group mentoring session with other mentors and college students to discuss their challenges and successes Susi Burke
Year Up Nonprofit which enables young adults to move from minimum wage to meaningful careers in just one year Diane Coleman
Koval Turned their distillery to produce hand sanitizer for medical staff Danielle Lottridge
Request for ideas People are in the hospital with no visitors and dying alone; Nurses are trying to use Zoom and cell phones to allow these people to talk to multiple family members before they die. Christa Tipton