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

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

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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Kerry-Ann Reid-Brown is Founder & host of Carry On Friends one of the first podcasts dedicated to the Caribbean American Experience. She is leading the way for Caribbean Podcast as the founder of Breadfruit Media, the first Caribbean podcast production company; and founder of the Caribbean Podcast Directory a place to discover podcasts by people of Caribbean Heritage.