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Maya Penn is a 16 year old award-winning eco-designer, artist, philanthropist, activist, entrepreneur, animated filmmaker, coder, illustrator, writer and author of You Got This! She has been featured in countless publications such as Forbes, Huffington Post, Seventeen Magazine, Cosmopolitan, The View, NPR,CNN, TIME, Essence Magazine, CBS This Morning with Gayle King, O Magazine, The Steve Harvey Show, Entrepreneur Magazine, Ebony, Black Enterprise, The Atlanta Journal Constitution, and many, many more. Maya has given three TEDTalks and her latest TEDWomen Talk has gone viral worldwide and with almost 2 million views and growing. She is known as the youngest female to do two back-to-back official TEDTalks. Maya has been chosen by Oprah Winfrey as one of her Supersoul 100 influencers. Google has partnered with Maya to speak to girls about coding and computer science at their Made With Code events. Magic Johnson chose Maya to be featured in his 32 Under 32 article series.


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Thursday, July 12, 2012

Agnes Scott College Economic Empowerment Summit

This week I was invited to be a panelist at the one-day economic empowerment summit at Agnes Scott College that was being presented by the National Center for Civil and Human Rights for teen age girls. Elizabeth Kiss President of Agnes Scott College and Bahati Kuumba Professor and Associate Director, of Women's Center at Spelman College opened it with some inspiring  and empowering speeches. I really loved teaching and encouraging the girls to follow their passions, the girls also had a lot of great questions!

Me and Queen White of Queen's Care speaking on the panel


Me and Bahati Kuumba, Professor and Associate Director, Women's Center at Spelman College 
Elizabeth Kiss President of Agnes Scott College giving a powerful speech.

Me and Angela Robinson, It's great to see her again since the SCLC!

Me and Imara Canady, Thanks for inviting me! :)

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