Summer is here and we’re ready to hit the beach, but before you pack your flip-flops and towel, take part in our virtual OZY Fest for some thoughtful conversations about driving real change in America.
Join OZY for a fun-filled festival that will make you laugh and think, featuring a special discussion with our partners at Chevrolet on the intersection of education, race and technology that asks how we can embrace the talents of historically underserved communities to drive change in industry, technology and society.
How can technology help us #ResetAmerica and make our country more equitable? Who are the gatekeepers of STEM education and how do we ensure justice at every level?
Join a heartfelt conversation with special guests:
Gerald Johnson, the executive vice president of global manufacturing at General Motors. He started at GM in 1980, and now proudly leads a diverse and world-class global team. In 2021, BEYA named Johnson Black Engineer of the Year.
Dr. Danielle Moss, the CEO of Oliver Scholars, a nonprofit educational organization supporting high-achieving Black and Latino students in New York City for the past 35 years. She previously was appointed by Mayor Bill DeBlasio to New York City’s Commission on Gender Equity.
Moderated by Carlos Watson,an Emmy Award-winning journalist, CEO of OZY Media and host of The Carlos Watson Show on YouTube. Watson worked as an anchor at MSNBC and CNN after building and selling an education company, and he subsequently founded OZY.
What are your thoughts on education, race and technology? Register today for OZY Fest — and make sure you don’t miss the live discussion on Saturday, May 15, at 7:30 p.m. ET. Join the conversation and discover what’s possible.