NPower students in Harlem (NPower).

The following is Part 2 in a series looking at the winners of the inaugural Gula Tech Foundation grant competition, and their efforts to increase African American engagement in cybersecurity. SC Media spoke with the leaders from all three winning organizations, each of whom experienced key turning points in their lives that led them to where they are today, putting each in a position to improve the fates and fortunes of others’ lives as well. See Part 1 on the Black Cybersecurity Association here.

An impromptu conversation with a stranger at a gas station changed Robert Vaughn’s life dramatically.

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