America On Tech, an early pipeline technology talent accelerator, has announced its newest board of directors. Lauren Hunter, Executive Director at JPMorgan Chase & Co., Laurie Becker, President at E.P. Dine, and Michelleta Razon, Executive Vice President of Commercial Programs at Mastercard.
AOT started as a call-to-action sketched out on Starbucks napkins and has become a national award winning social impact organization. AOT’s newest board of directors highlights AOT’s commitment to growth, impact, equity, and preparing the next generation of tech and entrepreneurial leaders.
What legacy do you hope to leave as a member of the AOT board?
"To create successful opportunities, experiences, and careers for students in unexpected and non-traditional industries and business functions so that they are aware of the agility of their skill set." Ukachi states.
"As an organization, AOT is at a key growth phase. I’d like to leave a lasting legacy by helping increase awareness of the organization and its national profile." Lauren explains.
"I have absolutely no tech skills but I am a corporate lawyer by training and have been running a business for a long time. My skill set is complementary. My goal is to use my relationships in the legal community to help grow AOT's impact," Laurie reveals.
"I hope to help the organization strategize on expanding the program to different regions of the country. I hope to help reach more people, impact more lives and provide more services," says Michelleta.
About America On Tech
America On Tech (AOT) is an award-winning nonprofit organization on a mission to prepare the next generation of technology leaders by creating pathways into degrees and careers in technology. AOT's work has received national media attention in Forbes, CNN, TechCrunch and other publications for its resounding success in developing diverse tech talent pipelines. To learn more about America On Tech, please visit americaontech.org.