Being Caribbean in Tech with Georgie-Ann Getton McKoy & Malcolm Paul

Being Caribbean in Tech with Georgie-Ann Getton McKoy and Malcolm Paul on Carry On Friends The Caribbean American Podcast

Georgie-Ann Getton-McKoy is the founder of CITE Collective, a company that develops initiatives to enable the growth of Black and diverse entrepreneurs and techies. She is a Baruch College Alum, serial entrepreneur, community builder, speaker, author and a Diversity in Tech Evangelist. She I enjoys learning as well as teaching new and creative ways to find solutions to real-world problems. Connect with Georgie-Ann on social @georgiebhumble

Malcolm Paul is a product manager and full stack developer. He works with startups to help clarify their products/ideas and create plans to bring them to market quicker while saving time and money. Currently he runs a six-week course to teach entrepreneurs these critical skills. Being from the Caribbean, Malcolm enjoys hard work, fun and is working on his personal skills.

Both Georgie-Ann (Jamaica) and Malcolm (Dominica) are Caribbean Americans in Tech and in this episode we discuss:

  • The importance and benefits of community Being a Caribbean in Tech.
  • Challenges being Caribbean in Tech.
  • Building and maintaining connections

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