Bridge Foundry Impact & Vision

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Bridge Foundry Impact & Vision

By Bridge Foundry

When and where

Date and time

Thursday, October 11, 2018 · 6 - 9pm PDT


Kapor Center for Social Impact 2148 Broadway Oakland, CA 94612

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Bridge Foundry's CEO, Sarah Allen, will share the organization's 2017 diversity impact results and successes teaching code skills to people underserved in the tech industry. We'll also discuss our 2019 vision for corporate culture change.

The program will include:

  • Bridge Foundry’s 2017 diversity impact results.
  • Diversity insights from 2018 sustaining sponsors.
  • An interactive session modeled on Bridge Foundry’s new curriculum, which trains volunteers how to handle difficult conversations when needed.

Community and tech industry leaders will leave better-connected to others in the industry who care about diversity, and empowered with techniques for handling challenges that they can share back to their teams.

Transportation and Parking

Kapor Center for Social Impact is a few blocks away from the 19th Street BART station.

Food and Drinks

We will have yummy bites. If you have a dietary restriction, you can let us know at signup (Bridge troll will ask you).



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Kapor Center for Social Impact

Kapor Center for Social Impact is a Bridge Foundry sponsor


Lightbend is a Bridge Foundry sponsor


Linode is a Bridge Foundry sponsor

Pivotal Labs

Pivotal Labs is a Bridge Foundry sponsor


StitchFix is a Bridge Foundry sponsor


Stride is a Bridge Foundry sponsor


Thoughtbot is a Bridge Foundry sponsor

Travis Foundation

Travis Foundation is a Bridge Foundry sponsor


Twilio is a Bridge Foundry sponsor

About the organizer

Organized by
Bridge Foundry

Since 2009, Bridge Foundry has empowered people with technology through teaching and facilitating access, enlarging the community of people who give back and teach others. Bridge Foundry was instrumental in the creation of the learn to code movement. Using our open-source curricula and teaching techniques, hundreds of workshops in dozens of cities around the world have been organized and taught by volunteers. 

Over the past ten years, Bridge Foundry has grown into a sustainable ecosystem of volunteers and communities that teach people coding skills throughout the world. We provide open source resources on how to create the tech that powers our world, focused on outreach to people traditionally underserved by the tech industry.