July 12, 2019


Black Women in Science and Engineering (BWISE) and blackcomputeHER are tackling the data science talent gap. Pathways to and incorporating data science are supported through a cohort-based structure, that offers data science trainings, coaching and peer mentoring...

May 31, 2019

ASA Symposium on Data Science and Statistics

Invited Talk: Linguistic Diversity in NLP Session, Slides

Abstract --- Free expression on social media has awaken many often-silenced voices, especially those from marginalized groups. One such example of organized quiet...

May 22, 2019

On May 6th, I received the good news via a phone call from Dr. Mary Schmidt Campbell, President of Spelman College. 

On May 15th, President Campbell announced publicly the faculty promotions at her State of the College address. 

Today, this year's faculty promo...

August 2, 2015

Computing is social. Really?!? That's not true. Computing, computer science, compsci, CS is a bunch of socially awkward unattractive white and Asian males sitting by themselves staring at a computer screen all day, everyday coding. And coding...that's hard and I think...

February 7, 2015

Fall 2014 marked the beginning of my tenure at Spelman College, a four-year liberal arts HBCU women's college. One of the courses I taught was Data Structures, commonly known as Computer Science II (CS2). While I reviewed the more finalized version of the CS2 syllabus...

March 23, 2014

Recently, I read @EvetteDionne: 5 Tips for Surviving Grad School As A WOC. I gave #icouldwriteSTEMWOCtips as a reply. For a STEM WOC, be an undergraduate student, graduate student or professional, the mode of operation is slightly different. So here goes:

Continually re...

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