Black Tech Unplugged
About This Show
Join Deena McKay for a monthly installment of Black Tech Unplugged, the podcast that features the stories of Blacks in tech and their journey through the tech industry. Each guest will talk about skill set, successes, failures, resources and guidance that you can use as motivation for creating your own path. The episodes are meant to inspire and empower those in tech.
Most Recent Episode
Ep. 09: Ebony Lee Unplugged (Live Episode)
On this very special episode of Black Tech Unplugged I chat with Ebony Lee, Senior Vice President of Strategic Development at Comcast Cable. Ebony provides business strategy, planning, and portfolio management for Comcast’s growth initiatives and strategic partnerships. In her role, Ebony works with internal and external partners to identify and evaluate new business ventures that can diversify and grow the business. Ebony joined Comcast in 2008 and was a founding team member of Comcast’s next generation X1 platform. She also handled business affairs for the innovation technology joint venture between Comcast and Verizon Wireless. Ebony holds an MBA from Harvard Business School and a BS in Commerce from the University of Virginia.
You're probably wondering why this episode is very special. Well it was Black Tech Unplugged's FIRST live episode *insert happy dance*. Shout out to Black Tech Week for the opportunity!
See full show notes here: https://blacktechunplugged.com/2018/02/13/ep-09-ebony-lee-unplugged/
Episodes of This Show
Nov 17, 2017
Oct 26, 2017
Oct 20, 2017
Rated 5 out of
Black Folks, Please Get Into This Podcast!
I have recently started learning to code and I would like my daughter to learn as well. I have always loved science and tech as a child but never even considered going into the field. My daughter loves science as well but has moderate dyslexia. I am trying to get her to see herself as a scientist. This podcast is helping me to jump into all things tech and provide my daughter with a STEM education that I feel is necessary for her future. I love that this podcast is geared towards us and makes us feel welcome and comfortable in an industry that has not been welcoming in the past.
Date published: 2018-02-20