Tech EQuity Week (TEQWeek) Launches Inaugural Gathering of High-Profile Tech Organizations

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OAKLAND, CATech EQuity Week (@TEQWEEK) is the nation’s inaugural gathering featuring more than 30 high profile tech companies, startups, and non-profits making social impact and working collaboratively to showcase and celebrate the future of tech equity.

btFEB16-covPowered by Qeyno Labs in partnership with the Rainbow PUSH Coalition, the TechEquity Collaborative and the Alliance for Community Development, Tech EQuity Week aims to develop opportunities for engagement between social impact organizations and tech companies with the local community to deepen and advance a more equitable tech ecosystem.  @TEQWEEK is accessible to everyone and anyone with an interest in the future of tech company diversity, digital technology inclusion, gender parity, and STE[A]M education access.

Cover Story: Qeyno Labs, @TEQWeek, and #MBKHack are featured in the February 2016 special edition of bdpatoday.

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