Artifact Details

Title

Broadcom Presents Design_Code_Build on March 5, 2016

Catalog Number

102738090

Type

Moving image

Date

2016-03-05

Participants

Broadcom Foundation, sponsor
KLA-Tencor Foundation, sponsor
SanDisk, sponsor
Selassie, Ayori, speaker

Publisher

Computer History Museum

Place of Publication

Mountain View, CA

Duration

00:44:16

Format

MOV

Description

Broadcom Presents Design_Code_Build is an interactive STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) experience that introduces Bay Area middle school students to the basic concepts of coding and applied mathematics in order to inspire them to pursue STEM in their future education and careers.

Events are supported by tech professionals who act as role models and mentors, including special keynote speakers, or "rock stars," who kick off each event by sharing their personal stories and experiences. In this event Broadcom Presents Design_Code_Build the Computer History Museum welcomes Ayori Selassie.

Meet Ayori Selassie, an entrepreneur, philanthropist and Senior Solution Engineer at Salesforce. She is also Creator of the Life Model Canvas. Ayori is a unique and fearless leader whose belief that extraordinary initiative, people skills, and exemplary results helped drive her beyond a life paved with hardships, challenges, and obstacles in order to achieve incredible success…and whose future ambition has her eyes set on an executive seat at the table.

Ayori has an eye for talent and a unique skill that bridges opportunity to others and gives the larger community opportunities for growth. She's also won hackathons herself and developed a video game for the Jim Henson Company with a startup she co-founded by the Intuitive Interactive. Ayori is known for doing it all but she prides herself on doing it well and making a difference. Her ambition for the future is executive leadership and she plans to initiate graduate studies to pursue a Masters of Business.

Category

Educational

Series Title

Broadcom Presents Design_Code_Build

Credit

Computer History Museum

Lot Number

X7551.2016