Get Connected: 5 Black Women On TikTok Advocating And Educating In Tech

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Mar. 1 2024, Published 8:00 a.m. ET

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Black women in the tech industry are taking up space on TikTok, making it a viable resource. They are also contributing to a movement that champions empowerment, representation, and innovation by amplifying the voices of Black professionals in the field.

Following trailblazing women on TikTok celebrates their achievements and contributes to reshaping the narrative of Black excellence in technology during Black History Month and beyond. Their content provides empowerment and encourages young Black girls and women interested in pursuing careers in the tech industry. Keep reading to check out a few Black women in tech to follow on TikTok

Coining herself as a “Tech girlie trying to help other girls break into the industry,” she’s a tech-savvy woman determined to pave the way for other aspiring young women in the industry; she is on a mission to break down barriers and open doors. Armed with a passion for technology and a drive to make a difference, she strives to empower fellow women to embrace their love for coding, engineering, and all things tech-related.

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Sierra Nicole wears many hats — from a motivational speaker to a real estate investor. Still, she is a TikTok tech entrepreneur who has gained her business expertise through diverse experiences in the field. Moreover, she has been a prosperous business owner, a consultant, and a credit specialist. Her dedication to empowering entrepreneurs extends beyond the physical community of Dallas, where she is based.

The sales engineer, also known as the “fairy tech mother,” dedicates her time to mentoring individuals who aspire to build a career in the tech industry. She particularly encourages those without technical backgrounds or degrees to pursue their interests in tech. In addition, she has a YouTube channel where she offers advice on breaking into the tech industry and answers common questions from beginners. The “fairy tech mother” is based in London.

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If you’re looking to get into software engineering and for valuable tips and information, Kedasha is someone worth following. She offers genuine insights into what it takes to become a software developer and inspiring words of encouragement. This digital creator is a beacon of hope on the platform. Kedasha has shared her experience of switching from social work to tech in just 10 months, and she’s committed to helping others do the same. She creates video content, free online resources, and blog posts to help aspiring tech professionals follow in her footsteps.

Despite having no prior experience in the tech industry, Jasmine achieved an impressive feat by landing a job as a video content project manager at Microsoft. Her journey to secure employment after college was so inspiring that Business Insider even featured it. In her spare time, the video storyteller shares valuable career advice on her social media platforms, mainly targeting individuals interested in breaking into the tech industry.

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