March 1, 2022
At a Glance
CNBC’s Make It reports on the release of JFF’s latest market scan, Purpose-Built to Advance Equity: Expanding Opportunities in Tech for Black Americans
To disrupt historic patterns of occupational segregation in technology, we cannot ignore the systemic barriers to access and advancement that begin in K-12 schools and persist in communities and in the workplace.JFF VP Michael Collins in “Black Employees Make Up Just 7.4% of the Tech Workforce—These Nonprofits Are Working to Change That”
JFF Vice President Michael Collins was quoted in recent article on CNBC’s Make It website that focused on JFF’s racial economic equity initiative and specifically reported on the release of our latest market scan, Purpose-Built to Advance Equity: Expanding Opportunities in Tech for Black Americans, which highlights organizations that are working to increase the number of Black Americans in the IT workforce.