By GenForward  •  August 1, 2020

The GenForward Survey is deeply committed to amplifying the voices, celebrating the achievements, and sustaining the work of young people— especially people of color. Importantly, our staff reflects our commitment to materially supporting the work of people of color. As we launch our new website, we would like to honor the Black women whose talent and vision made this beautiful redesign possible.

Meet Jeaneen Ford

Jeaneen Ford is a California native with an eye for both usability and design. She’s been happily addicted to all things “design” for 22 years; beginning her digital career at the start of all things; where websites were built using nesting tables and CSS was a thing Designers only dreamed about. Working side by side with her current digital team, Jeaneen’s experience include (but aren’t limited to) strategic thinking, web design, UI UX, information architecture, prototypes (with Invision) and design for mobile/ responsive frameworks.

Learn more at JeaneenFord.com
Meet Patrice Myers

Patrice Myers is a teacher turned developer with a passion for learning complex things and figuring out how to dissect them into bite-sized pieces we can all understand. Patrice’s interest in web dev began with a visit to w3schools.com and the creation of a simple webpage to help her high school math students keep track of their assignments.  Now, years later, she’s worked mostly in marketing agencies and consulting in web development. In addition to development she enjoys baking, dance fitness, and reading. Connect with her on twitter @patriceOnDev

Meet Ann Daramola

Ann Daramola is the Founder of Siteserge, a concierge service offering comprehensive web development services to help businesses and organizations focus on their core work. She is also the Executive Director of DATCODE, Inc, an organization committed to advancing the careers, businesses, and research of Black technologists from all over the world.

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