The night ended on an ultra positive note, because I was able to meet the "Godfather of Tech", Roy Clay. Roy is probably most known for being a computer consultant for prospective investments in start up companies such as Tandem Computers, Compaq and Intel Corporation. He was also instrumental in the formation of HP's computer division and lead the group that created the 2116A computer in 1966 and its software. This was a magnificent moment in history where various tech giants were live and in-person, not in a book or on Wikipedia. I am most humble and grateful to be afforded opportunities like this to encourage and inspire underrepresented minorities/people of color to pursue careers in mathematics, science, and engineering.
Kevin L. Nichols is an entrepreneur, a legal technology, diversity, social media, and political consultant who resides in the Bay Area. He is a passionate community organizer and activist. Kevin is affectionately known as The Social Politician™ and The Social Engineer™ who is engineering a better life for the next generation, socially. For more information, please visit www.kevinlnichols.com.