Erica Stanley is an entrepreneur, technologist and community organizer with over 16 years of experience. I have worked with Fortune 500 companies, including Boeing, FOX Interactive Media, Turner Broadcasting, and Oracle, as well as successful startups. I hold a B.S and M.S in Computer Science from Clark Atlanta University. I also conducted post-graduate research at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Always eager to explore and push boundaries in tech, I have worked in various areas of technology, including web, mobile, augmented and virtual reality, artificial intelligence and human-centered computing.
I am passionately working towards gender and multicultural inclusion in tech, via education and exposure to opportunities. I co-founded the Atlanta network of Women Who Code, where I currently lead new developer workshops and organize monthly tech talks, hack nights and networking events for women technologists. In addition, I collaborate with companies within the Atlanta tech community to help improve strategies around diversity and inclusion. I also sit on the advisory board of 100 Girls of Code where I help develop new strategies and curriculums to expose girls to technology.
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