ADHP Workshop: Snapping 360 Images from Google Street View

This is the 2nd of 3 videos from the Austin Digital Heritage Project Workshop Series aimed at helping educators, parents and volunteers make authentic connections with BIPOC youth while learning digital literacy and basic coding skills. In this video we cover our approach to helping students build Emotional IQ through storytelling and the steps for […]

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ADHP Workshop: Vacation VR Remix Party

This is the 1st of 3 videos from the Austin Digital Heritage Project Workshop Series aimed at helping educators, parents and volunteers make authentic connections with BIPOC youth while learning digital literacy and basic coding skills. In this video we cover our approach to using storytelling frameworks to introduce youth to digital literacy and basic […]

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Creative Pathways: Jalesha Bass, E4 Youth Digital Docent and Co-Founder of Shift Press

Jalesha is a Co-Founder of a non-profit publication called Shift Press as well as its sister organization Institute Of Engagement. Jalesha has skills in Game design and development, Public speaking, organizational development, consulting, design thinking, global leadership, community engagement, and social media management. After Graduation Jalesha will be going to Columbia University in New York.

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Creative Pathways: Anthony Abernathy, Sr. Brand Marketing Director at Nike

Anthony Abernathy, a Senior Brand Marketing Director at Nikebasketball! An experienced marketer who lives by the mantra “Negate negativity and embrace possibility,” Anthony seeks to connect with and unlock the potential that consumers hold in this digital enabled world. Anthony has a strong technical background, as well as a experience in the sporting goods industry. […]

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Creative Pathways: Dominick Walker, Copywriter| Storyteller| Photographer

Dominick Walker Is a Creative Director| Copywriter with over 20 years of experience in Advertising. Dominick has worked at agencies in San Francisco, NY, Austin, LA, and the Middle East, while living for four years in Doha, Qatar. And taught advertising at The Art Institute in San Francisco. Dominick got his start at Carol H. […]

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Creative Pathways: Andy Saldaña, Executive Director at NY Tech Alliance

NY Tech Alliance’s Eustacio Andy Saldaña (pronouns: he/his) is an eight-year veteran of the organization and a strong community leader in the New York City tech ecosystem. Elevated to the role of Executive Director in 2018, Andy works alongside the full NY Tech Alliance Board of Directors and the organization’s 60,000-plus members to encourage growth […]

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Creative Pathways: Chaka Mahone, Founder of Black Live Music Fund, DAWA

Known as a creative catalyst, Jonathan ‘Chaka’ Mahone has a strong background in event production, curriculum development, multimedia content creation, visual art, songwriting, music production, and youth­ empowerment through arts. For 10 years, Mahone has been a part of E4 Youth’s development as a Program Director and Instructor. As a performing artist, he has traveled […]

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Creative Pathways: Jeremy Lamin, Founder & Art Director at HunterLamin

Jeremy Lamin was born and raised in Sierra Leone, West Africa, living there until he was 12 years old. At one point or another during his childhood, his family pets included a chimpanzee, a mongoose, a porcupine, and a duiker. After graduating from The University of Texas at Austin, Jeremy packed up his advertising degree […]

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