Silicon Valley tech company Service Now wants to break down barriers to entry for students of color interested in pursuing a career in S.T.E.A.M (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics). Join their virtual roundtable: Courageous Conversations on 2/18 to hear from representatives from the nations top HBCUs for S.T.E.A.M about career readiness for black students and solutions for engaging more HBCU students in tech careers.
The discussion will cover topics such as encouraging black students to pursue careers in STEAM, innovative strategies for connecting with HBCU students and the importance of diversity in the tech field. Upon registration there will be an ‘opt-in’ link for interested parties to apply for open positions at Service Now. If you are a student interested in S.T.E.A.M this is the perfect opportunity for you to expand your network and make yourself visible.
Courageous Conversations: Black History Month Edition will feature 2x Grammy winner/actor Common, Benedict College President Dr. Roslyn Artis, Miles College President Bobbie Knight, SVP Global Head of Design Service Now Amy Lokey, Sr. Director, Strategy & Operations Service Now Cheick Camara and Sr. Program Manager Diversity & Inclusion Chris Rogers.
Tune in February 18th at 12:00 p.m. PT/ 3:00 p.m. ET on Zoom
Tiffania L. Ham Fayall is a single mother of three young adults, she works as a Supplier Quality Lead on the 787 program at Boeing Commercial Aircraft in North Charleston, S.C. for almost 13 years. There she enjoys partnering with various organizations such as the Boeing Business Resource Groups “BRG’s” and Dream Learners, to help grow professional and individual brands in aviation through STEAM education, networking, and leadership. She’s very passionate about working with children and adults through community outreach programs and events. When she isn’t working or volunteering, she loves traveling, cooking, dancing, listening to audio books, and spending quality time with family and friends.
Tiffania is the President of Women in Aviation International- Palmetto Pride Chapter (WAI-PPC) of South Carolina- where she helps promote, empower, and encourage youths and adults in careers through scholarships, personal development, networking, and expanding the aviation industry. She believes, “if you put your heart in it, then what you communicate will reach the hearts of others”.
Tiffania holds an AAS in Leadership Development Management from Trident Technical College, S.C. and currently working on a BS in Technical Project Management and Human Resource Management at Embry Riddle Aeronautical University World Wide. She’s also a 2nd Lt. at Civil Air Patrol, Ace Basin Composite Squadron of Walterboro, S.C. as Safety and Quality Rep. studying Airborne Photographer and Mission Scanner, South Carolina Aviation Association, and 1998 Army Reserve Veteran.