Bryant Gomer

Bryant leads volunteer engagement with current and prospective corporate partners. Bryant earned his B.A. in Political Science from UC Santa Barbara and a M.A. in Education and Teaching from USC’s Rossier School of Education. Prior to working with nonprofits in the social impact space, Bryant taught Social Studies in middle school and high school classrooms in the Bay Area and Ann Arbor. While teaching in public school high schools, it was clear to Bryant that many of his students lacked meaningful access to the world of work and career pathways. Technovation participants inspire Bryant because they’re girls and young women at the forefront of STEM fields and real world problem solving. Bryant can often be found playing below average guitar, he was once in a teacher band “The Common Hard Core”, and it is a huge understatement to say that he is a Bruce Springsteen fan.



Technovation Girl Geek Dinner

Saba Habib, SoftBank Investment Advisers partner, welcomed the sold-out crowd of girls and women at Technovation Girl Geek Dinner! Technovation alumna & Chord founder Sidney Hough give a keynote. Incredible women working in AI shared their stories & advice on starting up: - Ali Rosenthal (Founder & Managing Partner at Leadout Capital) - Julie Choi (SVP & Chief Marketing Officer at Cerebras Systems) - Connie Guglielmo (SVP AI Strategy & Editor-At-Large at CNET) Technovation girls participated in an ideation workshop at the Technovation Girl Geek Dinner. Now the Technovation girls season is recruiting mentors for their 2024 season! Learn more at http://www.technovationchallenge.org/mentor-resources Empower girls to change the world through technology!