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Speaking: Move Up Lift Up College Intern Kick Back

Lexi B spoke at Move Up Lift Up’s Summer Kick Back Storyteller event in San Francisco.

Lexi B spent the evening with a diverse cohort for Summer 2017 college interns in the tech industry. She gave them advice on how to brek into Silicon Valley and the very real emotions that come with this industry.

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Leadership: SNBAA Board of Directors Retreat 2017

 

Lexi B spent the weekend in LA with the Stanford National Black Alumni Association (SNBAA) Board of Directors strategizing on 2017 initiatives and how to continue uplifting, inspiring and encouraging our community.  Connecting with board members and learning about new updates from The Farm was such a powerful experience.  Excited to watch all of the creative ideas from the weekend come to life throughout this year.

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Feature: Stanford 125

Lexit B send some Stanford love to her college home. “Thank you for pushing me to new limits and encouraging me to always be my best.”

 

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Feature: Jopwell A Coffee With…Series

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exi B was featured on the Jopwell Career website about her early experiences in tech, her current role at Airbnb and advise on how to get involved. Check it out!  Read More…

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UNCF Tech Workshop: Building Your Brand

Lexi B presented a “Building Your Brand” workshop to the UNCF STEM Scholars in mid November 2016. The branding workshop focused on how to build your brand as a young professional and a minority in the tech industry. This is Lexi’s second year leading this conversation and she enjoys meeting the next generation of tech leaders. Congrats to the STEM class of 2016!

 

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Feature: Coloring Outside the Lines

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Lexi B was featured on the Coloring Outside The Lines blog and e-newsletter about her experiences with diversity in the tech world. Make sure to subscribe today!  Read More…

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Stanford, I Screwed Up – Master(ess) of Ceremonies

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Come and join Lexi B at Stanford University on March 31, 8:00pm as she MC’s the Stanford, I Screwed Up Event.  This event honors the failures and achievements of Stanford students, faculty, and alumni and how these people have used their failures to succeed in their professional and private lives.

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Stanford National Black Alumni Association – Board of Directors Announcement

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Lexi B is honored to be joining the Stanford National Black Alumni Association in January 2016. With this role, she will work with a strong group of Stanford Black Alumni for a three year term! Lexi is excited about the opportunity to work with distinguished Stanford Cardinals, build relationships with alumni of diverse ages, and support a powerful group of proud Cardinals. READ MORE…

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A Year In Review – Onward & Upward

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 would be lying if I said that I am ready for 2016 because this past year went way too quickly.  (I know, a complete cliche.)  To welcome the new year, I am happily writing this note while watching Dope, drinking apple cider, and sitting next to the heater wrapped in 3 blankets.  I have never been the party animal and could barely stay awake past midnight in college; therefore, my homebody self is super elated to just watch Diggy get prayed over, and listen to Awreeoh jam in the middle of the street while heavily medicating myself on gallons of apple cinnamon spices. READ MORE…

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Honor vs. Appropriation: Know The Difference

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s Halloween approaches, many people are preparing costumes and party plans.  But since the beginning of this month, I cannot help but be disgusted by the Halloween themed offensive social media images circulating the web.  Images that prove people still find cultural appropriation acceptable. READ MORE…