Building an inclusive community of diverse talent in technology and to create the future technology landscape by empowering diverse leaders.
Startup Pitch Night @ AppNexus
Mingle with fellow tech heads, grab some delicious food/drinks and see entrepreneurs pitch their latest innovation and products to VCs…Shark Tank style!
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Techstars present: "Startup Weekend LatinX"
September 29 - October 1
This event is part of a 5-city Latinx in Tech campaign going on throughout Hispanic Heritage Month, and geared towards the Latinx community. Imagine what could happen if we gathered 500 entrepreneurially-minded Latinxs and allies over 54 hours, in 5 different cities, to identify and design technology solutions to problems disproportionately facing the U.S. Latinx community? What if we facilitated mentorship by some of the most talented technologists, business innovators, and prominent investors? Join us in this special edition of Startup Weekend NYC and help us prove that we can all learn, work, and create together in order to deliver better outcomes.
Discount code: AmigosCODIGO
Tuesday, December 6th 6pm @ General Assembly (902 Broadway)
A tech event that brings together all races, ethnicities, ages and genders for an in-person Twitter chat facilitated in part by student entrepreneurs.
InclusionNYC is just a room full of local tech professionals and high school students workshopping solutions for inclusion in tech.
We hope you'll join us, the NYC Education AND NYC Tech communities on December 6, 7-9pm at General Assembly, NYC for a new kind of event.
Codigo & Bloomberg present:
Large-scale data-driven solutions (Big Data) has been around for decades and we are seeing greater emphasis on how companies can use it to increase speed, efficiency and decision making capability. Yet, with all the benefits of using Big Data tools and analytics, there could be a threat of bias in its use and application.
Join us for a panel discussion, moderated by Alex Martins, head of Data Science Solutions at Bloomberg, on the limitations of Artificial Intelligence, and how those limitations can impact underrepresented communities.
WHAT WE DO
Leading experts in all verticals of tech
Help nonprofits in the community with out tech resources
Startup pitch competitions with VC panel and great prizes
Curated dinners with C-level tech executives and influencers
Bringing the Tech community together
Strengthening diverse leadership in Technology
WHO WE ARE
We've got a top notch team!
Sandy Cuesta is an Account Manager and Strategist with a focus on the Technology, Entertainment and Media industries at PwC. Sandy has a Bachelor’s and Master’s from Fordham University in Business with a concentration in Marketing and Corporate Communications. She is excited to work with Codigo Tech’s Finance team along with Jenny and support Business Development efforts with Mike.
Currently in People Operations at Telaria (formerly Tremor Video), Israel has been in the ad tech space for almost 7 years. With a background in on-boarding in Learning and Development and the Talent Acquisition sector, ‘Izzy’ has built a number of Diversity and Inclusion initiatives at his employers as well as consulted with independent coaches and served on panels with other non-profits and groups, including being the Founder and co-Chair of Telaria’s Diversity and Inclusion Steering Committee. Originally from South Texas, Izzy is proud to rep on CodigoTech’s esteemed board.
Jennifer Rivas is an Administrative Fellow at Columbia University Medical Center concentrating on Operations & Strategic Planning. Coming from a Healthcare background, Jennifer has special interest in Health Tech and HIT. She is a recent addition to NYC and looking forward to working with CodigoTech.
Henry Fuentes joined Avison Young as a Senior Associate in the New York City office. Focusing on tenant representation, he takes a comprehensive and consultative approach helping to identify current and future real estate needs. His extensive knowledge of the industry is a direct result of his experience and diligent research, which prove to be a great benefit to his clients.
Prior to joining Avison Young, Fuentes was an Associate at the Kaufman Organization where he specialized in exclusively representing tenants in commercial real estate transactions and has acted as an advisor for tenants in New York City since 2012.
Fuentes graduated with an MBA in Management and a BBA in Marketing from Dowling College, where he was also on the NCAA baseball team. After graduating, he went on to play professional baseball for 3 seasons.
Michael Vallejos is a Real Estate Advisor at Loftey, where he primarily focuses on representing tenants in residential real estate transactions in Manhattan. Vallejos is a member of The Real Estate Board of New York. Vallejos is heavily involved in enhancing New York’s technology ecosystem by mentoring at Columbia University’s Startup Accelerator Alma.works and co-organizing CodigoTech.