Kimberly Bryant Named One of Black Enterprise’s Top 10 Most Influential African Americans
Posted April 1, 2016 at 4:53 pm
Black Enterprise released its list of of the Top 10 Most Influential African Americans at SXSW 2016, and Shark Branding speaker Kimberly Bryant was named #7, alongside the likes of actress Kerry Washington and historian Henry Louis Gates Jr. While participating on several panels throughout the festival, Bryant spoke about the pay gap, diversity in STEM fields, and the changing face of technology. Kimberly also received the first ever Blacks In Technology “Stomp The Divide” award for Technology Thought Leadership (pictured here). Looking ahead, Kimberly has forthcoming speaking engagements at The University of Tennessee, Adobe, Intel Corp, and more.
“Kimberly is the classic definition of a thought leader. She has inspired an entire movement, influenced our community and has effectively sparked change. Because of this everyone on the panel felt that Kimberly deserved recognition for her dedication and hard work with Black Girls Code and so we decided to honor Kimberly with the first ever Blacks In Technology “Stomp The Divide” award for Technology Thought Leadership.” ~ Greg Greenlee, Founder of Blacks In Technology
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