Who Said That?
Florida's quote of the day
"As much as we are a food company, we are a pretty high-tech food company."
Last week, the national organization Black Girls Code launched a chapter in Miami and will be bringing its national curricula of technology education to its target market of girls of color ages 7 to 17. Kimberly Bryant, executive director of the nonprofit, said South Florida had Felecia Hatcher to thank for that.
Although several organizations were involved in the launch, “Felecia was the connector, the person that made this all happen,” said Bryant.
It’s hard to know where Hatcher, co-founder and “chief popsicle” of Feverish Pops, a frequent public speaker and the author of two books, finds the time for what she calls her “passion projects,” mainly involving exposing young people to technology and entrepreneurship, but she does.
Read more at the Miami Herald.