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TWTV: Creating futures in tech for Māori and Pacific people

3 Bags Full. How and why they’re creating futures in tech for Māori and Pacific people.

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TWTV: Creating futures in tech for Māori and Pacific people

Date and time:

Tue 17 May 2:10 PM - 2:40 PM

Virtual

Nationwide (more than one region)

Free

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TWTV: Creating futures in tech for Māori and Pacific people

TWTV session will begin at the scheduled date & time – click here to view

3Bags Full challenges traditional models of education and employment. Their kaupapa is to unlock the potential of Māori and Pacific people to support and grow New Zealand’s tech industry. The achieve this through digital education, wrap around mentoring, employment. The ‘Sisters in Tech’ initiative is a powerful example of 3BF’s mahi.

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Speakers

Brittany Teei edited

Brittany Teei

Founding and Managing Director, 3 Bags Full

Brittany founded the digital learning platform ‘Kids Coin’ to address financial literacy in New Zealand. To date, more than 80,000 rangatahi have been through the programme.

She created 3Bags Full to meet the need of bringing more Māori and Pacific people into the tech industry.

Known in the tech industry for her dynamic approach, Brittany works with corporate, NGO, central and local government organisations to help create futures for Māori and Pacific people.

A new mother, Brittany’s whanau is the centre of her life. She can also be spotted on Auckland tennis courts, mentoring young women.