Meet four passionate, creative, and gutsy social entrepreneurs who are taking on injustice and inequality across New York City.
This is The Knowledge House, a tech education non-profit launched by Jerelyn Rodriguez and Joe Carrano in 2014. When they met working in the area four years ago, they agreed that the lack of engaging tech education in their neighborhood was a missed oppor
Jerelyn Rodriguez, who was raised in the South Bronx, helped found a nonprofit that educates young adults who might not otherwise get IT training
A Bronx nonprofit is offering a free program to help students obtain jobs in the tech industry.
TKH CEO Jerelyn Rodriguez discusses corporate collaboration in Forbes
When Jerelyn Rodriguez was accepted into a new, groundbreaking charter school for low-income students in the South Bronx at age 10, she knew she was lucky. Most of her peers would continue on in the Bronx’s struggling public schools and miss out on...
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In 2016 Stephon Nixon trained with Duro as a data visualization intern. Today he works as a full-time Technical Data Analyst at Viacom, Inc., a media conglomerate that counts Paramount Pictures and Comedy Central among its assets...