Entrepreneurs Summit: 3 Social Entrepreneurs Dedicated to Education

Be inspired by the works of these do-gooders

All Star Code founder Christina Lewis Halpern and students drop by the MLK Dream Code hackathon (Image: Kevin Steck)

At the Entrepreneurs Summit May 13-16 in Atlanta, Black Enterprise is teaming up with the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation to host “Can Entrepreneurs Solve the Education Crisis?” The discussion will explore models that enhance the academic engagement and performance of students in grades K through 12.

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As the facilitator Derek Dingle, SVP/Editor-in-Chief of Black Enterprise, and panelists Lamman Rucker, Wes Moore and Christina Lewis Halpern look into tech advancements and solutions to academic issues, entrepreneurs will be encouraged to utilize their businesses to solve the education crisis.

Get to know the social entrepreneurs here, and bring your ideas to better serve our scholars to the Entrepreneurs Summit.

Christina Lewis Halpern

Christina Lewis Halpern is a journalist, social entrepreneur, philanthropist, investor and the Founder of All Star Code, a non-profit that attracts, prepares and places black and Latino teenage boys in the tech career pipeline.

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