Session: Social Entrepreneurs and COVID19
Would be talking about the affect of COVID-19 on the biggest Tech+ social entrepreneurship projects of the world. It would be centered around case studies followed by the do's and donts.
Kavya is the Co-founder of the Society of Women Coders (SOWCoders), a women-led organization that works to encourage young girls from developing nations to opt for education and careers in STEM, by conducting free coding and Enterpreneurship camps and providing mentorship. She also works as a Senior analyst at SiriusXM in NewYork. Through SOWCoders,
she has worked with government agencies and civic organizations in Haiti, Kenya, Afghanistan,Kazakhstan and Belize to establish coding camps, and has personally taught at several of them. She is also involved with the Code in place Initiative at Stanford University as a Section Leader. She is an advocate of Women Education especially in the developing world.