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The leader of the most profound scientific discovery in human history; Gregory L. Robinson, recently retired as Director of the James Webb Space Telescope, receives his Roy L. Clay Sr. Technology Pinnacle Award with his wife, Cynthia, a fellow Virginia Union University alumnus from Journal of Black Innovation Publisher John William Templeton, a fellow Howard alumnus, as Debra Watkins, founder of A Black Education Network, and Illyasha Peete, director of RISE at California Life Sciences Assocation, look on during Innovation&Equity 21.    This year's honorees are: Matt Fraser, Chief Technology Officer of New York City; and Mathematical Modelling Inc. on behalf of late founder Dr. Frederick Foreman.

Greg Robinson, NASA James Webb Space Telescope Director, named Roy L. Clay Sr. Technology Pinnacle Awardee during Jan. 2022 Innovation&Equity. This year's winners are Matt Fraser, NYC CTO and DynaKrypt

22nd annual 50 Most Important African-Americans in Technology in the December, 2022 issue.  Join us for Innovation&Equity22 Jan. 15, 2023

in the new Burbridge Center for Inclusive Innovation headquarters



The Burbridge Center is the result of 30 years of expert stature in the world of African-American technology, health care and entreprenuership so we know how to pick the winners with our monthly Journal of Black Innovation and the insights of our 50 Most Important African-Americans in Technology.

Innovation&Equity22 shows you how to navigate a changing landscape that requires equal opportunity and international cultural fluency although you have not been prepared for it.  Year-round, nKLUD supplies you with the talent and environment to be part of an emerging global marketplace.

Economic and Scientific Agenda for the Biden-Harris Administration, African Union and Caribbean Community:  Confirmed speakers: Gerald Commissiong, CEO, Todos Medical; Wayne Perry, CEO, Cornerstone Concilium; Bridget Ssamula, CEO, Engineering Council of South Africa; Dr. Andre Hudson, Interim Dean of Science, Rochester Institute of Technology; Dr. Clarlynda Williams-Devane, Deputy Health Director, State of North Carolina; Dr. Samuel Graham, Dean, A. James Clark College of Engineering; University of Maryland; Ambassador Dr. Abdulkadir Mussafari, Executive Secretary, Nigeria Steel Council;  Dr. Eddilisa Martin, CEO, MB Sciences, Dr. Christopher Boone, Vice President, Global Head of Health Economics and Outcomes Research (HEOR) at AbbVie; Dr. Vincent Oria, Professor of Engineering, New Jersey Institute of Technology.