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The Root’s Young Futurists, Where Are They Now: Joye Nettles

Joye Nettles is a STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) star. The 2016 Young Futurist first impressed us with her tech savvy and leadership skills as a student at the College of Charleston in South Carolina. A natural-born leader, the recent graduate continues to share her story with aspiring techies, particularly women and people of color. “I […]
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