Creating tech pathways for Marin's underserved youth

Marin County is home to an ecosystem of civic, business, and educational leaders whose work supports one of the most economically enriched regions of the Bay Area. Not all of our communities have benefited from the strength of our local economy, however, and we can do more to align Marin’s resources to better connect our communities to the burgeoning opportunities of the Bay’s largest economic sector - technology.

Date: Thursday, June 9 at 8:30 pm

Location: Autodesk, 111 McInnis Pkwy



Jessica Jackson Sloan, Vice Mayor of Mill Valley and National Director of #cut50


Dr. Thomas Peters, President and CEO, Marin Community Foundation


Johnathan Logan, Jr., Special Assistant to the President, Marin Community Foundation


Matt Haney, President, SFUSD Board of Education and Policy Director of #cut50





                   9-9:30 am                       
Opening remarks and panel 
9:30-10:20 am
Landscape Analysis and Case Studies
10:20-10:35 am 
10:35 am -12 pm
Brainstorm pathways, prototype solutions and close
     12 - 1 pm       

Frequently Asked Questions


Will there be breakfast and lunch?

Yes! Options for veggies, vegans, and gluten-free will be available 


Where can I park?

Autodesk parking lot situated in front of the building.


What will attendees get out of this event?

Tech employers, educators, and advocates will have the opportunity to collaborate and explore tech pathways for Marin's underserved youth. 


Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?

To learn more please contact



This summit is made possible through the generous support of the Marin Community Foundation and Autodesk


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