She believes in girls who code – so much that she left Apple to come home and help them

Khalia Braswell, who attended UNC Charlotte and N.C. State, once was faced with an option: Jordans or a computer? Her choice helped share her career path — to a tech job with Apple and then a return home to Charlotte to help inspire tech dreams in young girls of color.

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While she adjusted to her new job as a UX design engineer for the iPhone, Braswell ran INTech remotely for nearly four years, expanding partnerships with nonprofits and leading tech companies, and relying on friends and instructors like Shekinah to continue the implementation of INTech’s mission to inspire and expose young girls to the possibilities of technology.



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