I am a mogul.


Education

    A.B., Duke University MHA, Duke University

Skills

    Building businesses, creating passionate teams and coaching young, impressionable youth in the wonderful game of basketball
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    lola1523
    Durham, NC, United States Co-Founder + President, Rewriting the Code

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    The Rewriting the Code Fellowship is a year-long program that provides the opportunity to intern in a top tech company across a variety of industries and gain essential personal and confidence-building skills needed to excel in the tech industry. The Rewriting the Code fellowship includes: Summer internship opportunities with leading tech companies in the 5 Rewriting the Code hub cities of Boston; New York City; Raleigh-Durham, NC; the San Francisco Bay area; Seattle; and many cities across the US Community building among peers through online communities and in-person events Coaching and development within a team of Fellows, near peer mentors and experienced leaders Robust educational programming and training with industry leaders Company site visits and events in Rewriting the Code hub cities throughout the summer Following the year-long fellowship, students are invited to apply again or, if entering senior year, to graduate to Rewriting the Code alumni. We encourage all of our fellows, present and past, to remain active members of the community, encourage and support young women who come behind them, and help attract, retain and advance women in technology!

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    lola1523
    Durham, NC, United States Co-Founder + President, Rewriting the Code

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    The Rewriting the Code Fellowship is a year-long program that provides the opportunity to intern in a top tech company across a variety of industries and gain essential personal and confidence-building skills needed to excel in the tech industry. The Rewriting the Code fellowship includes: Summer internship opportunities with leading tech companies in the 5 Rewriting the Code hub cities of Boston; New York City; Raleigh-Durham, NC; the San Francisco Bay area; Seattle; and many cities across the US Community building among peers through online communities and in-person events Coaching and development within a team of Fellows, near peer mentors and experienced leaders Robust educational programming and training with industry leaders Company site visits and events in Rewriting the Code hub cities throughout the summer Following the year-long fellowship, students are invited to apply again or, if entering senior year, to graduate to Rewriting the Code alumni. We encourage all of our fellows, present and past, to remain active members of the community, encourage and support young women who come behind them, and help attract, retain and advance women in technology!

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