February Tech Talk

“The Power of Character on the Tech Career Journey”

Many Black students, skill-builders, and aspiring tech professionals have the character and personality traits employers claim to seek but often overlook – grit, determination, motivation, persistence, adaptability, and hard work. Delve into the backgrounds and personal stories of those who succeed, and you’ll learn it was their cultures and lived experiences that developed such characteristics that set them apart.


Hakeem Oseni

Hakeem Oseni works at Salesforce as a Senior Product Manager, Detection and Response in the Cyber Security team. Prior to that, he spent 5 year at Wells Fargo as a Vice President of Encryption Services for the Cyber Security division at Wells Fargo. Hakeem is on the Bay Area leadership team of Cyversity, a non-profit that helps and supports women and BIPOC (Black and Indigenous People of Color) in Cybersecurity.


Babbette Jackson

Babbette Jackson is a 26 year old Cybersecurity Engineer at Juniper Networks who has a passion for spreading knowledge and providing guides and resources for those transitioning into tech or just want to learn more about the everyday happenings in the tech world.


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