- We can’t find qualified women or people of color – On that I call “Bull!” – Diversity and Inclusion in Technology
- Billy Watts, Jr. Memorial Scholarship
- Detroit’s Digital Divide: My Point of View as a Detroiter
- 2016 Goals – Consider doing this before setting ANY goals
- Social Media Day: Panel Discussion – The role technology is playing in the resurgence of Detroit
Tag Archives: Facebook
Parents warned of unknown person texting middle school students to meet-up: Four Quick Tips to Keep Kids Safe Online
Parents of middle school students in Wall Township, New Jersey received letters warning them about “a person sending text messages to our students under the guise of a teenage girl named Alainai.” The letter informs parents that through texting, … Continue reading →
Nine Men Arrested for attempting to solicit sex from teens via social media – Keeping Teens and Families Safe Online
Nine men have been arrested as a part of “Operation Turkey Shoot,” an online sting in Fort Bend, Texas. The Operation came about in response to the sexual assault of a 13-year-old girl. The teen told her parents that a … Continue reading →
Teen commits suicide after leaving posts on Social Media – Remembering Ashley Duncan and Activating our Village….
Ashley Duncan’s death occurred two-years ago, and it still touches my heart. The increase of teen suicides and the public way they detail their lives and ultimate death via social media, inspired me to share this story. My intention … Continue reading →
How a teens Digital Footprint can keep them from college, scholarships, or other opportunities – 6-Practical tips to help teens use social media responsibly
Recently I was casually searching the internet looking for college scholarships for my daughter. Interestingly, many of the applications asked that the students to hare their social media profiles. Of course the request was optional, however it brought my mind … Continue reading →
Suicide and Social Pressure from A Teen’s Perspective: Her message to Parents – ALL Parents should read this…..
As we continue to honor the life of Detroit Renaissance High School Senior, Billy Watts, Jr. there have been many teens who have reached out with comments about life, death, their experiences, and what it’s like … Continue reading →