Chelsea is a journalism student at Arizona State University. She enjoys introducing people to new things, topics and ideas. She has written for Downtown Devil, azcentral and EmpowHER. She is currently the social media chair for her student chapter of National Association of Black Journalists. When she isn’t writing articles or doing homework, she is probably in the kitchen trying a new recipe.

 

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10 New DC Cohorts from Social Good Incubator SEED SPOT

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Since its inception, SEED SPOT has supported 288 ventures, 49 percent of which were founded by women and 45 percent of which were founded by minority entrepreneurs. SEED SPOT works to support entrepreneurs of diverse industries that are effecting change through their products, services,…

Second Time’s The Charm: Storage Together Wins Canyon Challenge

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Coming back for the second year, Storage Together won the 6th annual Canyon Challenge at Grand Canyon University on Thursday. Storage Together makes storage more personable and lucrative for the everyday person. The mobile app aims to revolutionize the storage experience for everyone, starting with…

6 Tech Founders Give Meeting Efficiency Tips That Actually Work

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No one likes an inefficient meeting. Whether it’s the excessive small talk or the boring PowerPoints, inefficient meetings are the bane of the productive employee. Fortunately, there are scientifically proven ways to achieve a more efficient meeting, but those don’t necessarily fit all companies. Finding the…

8 Great Ways To Celebrate Black History Month

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During the month of February, elementary schools around the country will celebrate Black History Month and learn about Dr. Martin Luther King, who led a nonviolent movement to achieve legal equality for African-Americans in the United States. Perhaps more importantly, they’ll listen to his “I Had…

Redecorating Your Home Doesn’t Have to be Horrifying with Hutch

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When you’re ready to redecorate your home, it can take months of scouring ecommerce sites and online garage sales before you can find the right combination of furniture. And while Pinterest is helpful, it can’t do everything. Fortunately, one company can. Today, Hutch, an interior design…

10 Arizona Edtech Companies Thriving in the Desert

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In a survey by PBS, teachers reported that technology is beneficial in the classroom because it enables them to reinforce and expand on content (74 percent), motivate students to learn (74 percent), and respond to a variety of learning styles (73 percent). In Arizona, the edtech…

Affordable Housing Unit with Tech Incubator Comes to Silicon Harlem

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For the past 4 years, Silicon Harlem has worked towards making Harlem the tech destination for startups in New York City while building up the local population. The area has established coworking spaces, gained gigabit infrastructure, secured investment capital for startups, and hosted monthly entrepreneur meetups….

10 African American Founders Making Strides in Tech

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While startups continue to pop up around the country, the black demographic continues to making strides in the tech world. In a recent report by #ProjectDiane, powered by digitalundivided, there was a “322% increase in the amount of black female-led businesses since 1997 and over 1.5…

Google’s Toontastic 3D Is a Storytelling Joy For All Ages

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Quality storytelling, interesting characters, and colorful visuals are the keys to a unlocking a child’s creativity. And with characters like tourist robots, swashbuckling pirates, and sneaky snakes, the possibilities of creating your own action blockbuster video are endless on the Toontastic 3D, a mobile app…