Join Kiva and Black Girls Code for a special event!

Next week, join Black Girls Code and Kiva to learn how coding and technology are being used to help small business owners around the world! This event is open to all who register and will include a discussion panel alongside a live Q&A session.

This event will explore the intersection of tech and entrepreneurship with Black Girls Code organizers and Kiva changemakers, including Amber Gibson-Mora (VP of People and Places), Vijaya Bhandari (Senior Software Engineer), Michelle Dick (Senior Front End Software Engineer), Vy Thai (Software Engineering Intern), and Tiara Coleman (Software Engineering Intern).

You can register for this event, which takes place on July 30 at 12 p.m. PST, at bit.ly/unlockingtech. Additionally, the first 100 people to register will receive a free $25 lending credit to fund a loan on Kiva.org.

 


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Casey Miller

Casey Miller is the content and media coordinator at Kiva in the Portland offices. She began her journey with Kiva as a New Media and Branding intern in the summer of 2019 before continuing on as the content and media coordinator, now managing Kiva's social media accounts and the Kiva blog. Casey graduated from the University of Oregon with a B.A. in Journalism, and still uses this journalistic background in her storytelling at Kiva. With a passion for travel and cultural exchange, Casey seeks to spread the stories of our cultures and communities for those whose voices are often ignored.