Neal Sales-Griffin Talks About Empowering People Through Code
Black Enterprise Magazine September/October 2018 Issue

Neal Sales-Griffin

BE’s Sirita Wright and Neal Sales-Griffin

Back in July, Black Enterprise‘s very own Sirita Wright caught up with tech entrepreneur, Neal Sales-Griffin, while in Chicago, on The Good Life tour.

During the interview, Sales-Griffin talked about how he’s empowering the world by teaching coding and entrepreneurship at The Starter League, a school he co-founded in 2011. The educator and innovator also said that the thing he is most grateful for is having the privilege to choose his career path.

Also, he and Sirita took a moment for a little impromptu karaoke, singing the hook to one of his favorite songs, “Alright,” by Kendrick Lamar.

Take a look in the video below!

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Selena Hill

Selena Hill is the Digital Editor at Black Enterprise and an award-winning multi-media journalist. She is also the founder and co-host of "Let Your Voice Be Heard!," a political podcast that adds a sprinkle of trap music, Beyonce, and hot sauce to unseasoned news.