Goodie Nation Founder Speaks to Georgia Tech’s CS + Social Good Club on Social Entrepreneurship

On October 16, 2017 the student-led group CS + Social Good (Computer Science + Social Good) at Georgia Tech invited two of Atlanta’s top social entrepreneurs on campus to discuss social entrepreneurship. The panel discussion focused on where computer science intersects with social impact, and how the community can use technology to create positive change …

Talk of the Town: Atlanta Tackles Gentrification

Contributed by: Ebony Hillsman, Mark Taylor II   Some would say Atlanta is bleeding and rumored to have the largest economic disparity in the nation. The cause? Rumor is: lack of diversity and inclusion in business development and access to resources. So we gathered a few friends, innocent bystanders and key players in the game …

Goodie Hack [EDU] Atlanta x March 2016 Recap: Heroes Create Solutions to Improve Math and Reading Skills in Low-Performing K-12 Schools

Mission Accomplished During the span of five intense days, everyday heroes and heroines from the Atlanta community assembled  to improve problems in K-12 education among its low-performing schools.  Celebrating Goodie Hack’s 2nd year in building technology with underserved communities, on Wednesday, March 9, Goodie Nation emerged as a new brand and unveiled solutions via “Goodie …

Founders' Therapy Recap: The Battle Between Business + Romantic Relationships

Our Mission With Valentine’s Day quickly approaching, we decided to kick off Founders’ Therapy focusing on love during the brisk evening of February 11, 2016. Participants were provided warmth, food and a valve to decompress about the stresses of balancing business with romance and relationships. Founders’ Therapy was created to show entrepreneurs that they aren’t …

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