By 2020, All Star Code will have educated 10,000 young Black and Latino men in tech and entrepreneurship. According to Black Enterprise, the nonprofit recently raised 1 million dollars, that will be utilized for the growth and development of the program.
This Summer, All Star Code will host it’s summer intensive stem program. It is a free six week course that teaches web development and entrepreneurship skills. 95 percent of All Star Code intensive students are going on to attend 4-year colleges and some have created their own business or tech-related projects.
Christina credits her desire to create All Star Code to her late father, the legendary businessman Reginald F. Lewis – who founded the first Black-owned global enterprise to earn more than a billion dollars in revenue.
Now that’s what we call leaving a legacy!