George is a 17 year-old highschool senior. He has participated in multiple tech events in his community and has created web and mobile applications that are centered around social justice! His very first project was Connect The Dots, a social network for African-American students in predominately white private schools so they would have the opportunity to connect with eachother and help eachotther through tough times. Now George is working on an app that will be the 21st Century key from staying safe from police brutality, CopStop! This app is currently still under development.Learn More!
George is an alumni of a prestigious program called The Hidden Genius Project. The Hidden Genius Project trains and mentors black-male youth in technology creation, entrepenuership, and leadership skills to transform their lives and communities.
George has an extrmely bright future! He wants to change the world with technology and make a difference in his community. He is currently creating a company called Ubora Technologies (Ubora is an African name meaning excellence). He hopes to study Computer Science and Engineering at UCLA.
George was a tech intern in the Oakland Mayor's office as well as being the first student to partcipate in Google's new program: Shadow a Googler. A year ago he presented to all of the commanding officers at the San Leandro Police Department his app, CopStop.
Hackathons are coding events where you are able to network and create life long connections with mentors in the tech community! George has participated in three hackathons in the past two years produced by Qeyno Labs and now continues as a mentor at the Hackathons.
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