SAVE THE DATE: Dialogue and Action on Africa TechWomen Documentary

The African Diaspora Network in Partnership with

Institute of International Education and

San Jose State University, School of Journalism

Co-Sponsored By

Mozilla Corporation and

The Silicon Valley African Film Festival


Dialogue and Action on Africa TechWomen Documentary

March 29, 2014 at 2 p.m. at

Mozilla Corporation

331 E Evelyn Avenue, Mountain View, California

RSVP to:

Come prepared to be made proud and to be inspired by the work of the thirteen women leaders in the documentary and to address some of the following issues:

  • ·       How can Africans in the Diaspora in the Bay Area become Cultural Mentors for the next group of African TechWomen emerging leaders?
  • ·       How can Bay Area/San Jose students do better in science and math, planting seeds for STEM careers – (Frank Greene Scholars Program, etc.)
  • ·       Can there be any room in the upcoming African TechWomen’s schedules to visit schools, and meet with some of these young Greene Scholars?
  • ·       How can the word begin to spread NOW for the upcoming Silicon Valley African Film Festival?
  • ·       On-going documentation of ADN projects.

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