Access to technology - or lack thereof - changes the way people experience the world around them. Though it has the potential to be a great equalizer, technology can only be such if people have exposure and access to it no matter who they are or what zip code they live in.
For those who have the means and opportunity to enjoy the benefits of technology, new advancements in the field can be seen as exciting developments. For others who face barriers to enjoying those same benefits, advancements are often synonymous with feeling further distanced and disconnected from a rapidly changing world. At the intersection of these two realities lies an opportunity to transform the human experience.
That said, investing in the world of tomorrow requires us to invest more in the communities that need technology, today. Join Keiloni Mitchell for an exploration of how we can wield technology as a tool to do right - and do better - by the communities we serve.