Digest #335
Santa Cruz Tech Beat stands with Black Lives Matter, and rejects racism, bigotry, and hate. Despite our physical isolation, please support one another in a shared commitment to creating the most inclusive and diverse community that we possibly can.

Kudos to three local women founders:

  1. Our Five-in-Five (ok, Five-in-Eighteen) interview with Cruzio CEO/cofounder Peggy Dolgenos is worth a listen. Find out how Cruzio has been helping the community during the pandemic.
  2. Stanford is launching a FREE program for aspiring entrepreneurs this summer. Anyone around the world can apply. Monarch Media, founded by Claire Schneeberger, is an elearning development partner on this project.
  3. OF/BY/FOR ALL, founded by former MAH Director Nina Simon, has published a framework for organizations to take immediate and long term action during moments of outrage and crisis.

THANK YOU to our newest partner: Western Growers Center for Innovation and Technology . I encourage technologists in our regional ecosystem to learn more about this unique hub that brings startups and ag leaders together.

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Sara Isenberg
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