It is unfortunate that Benjamin Banneker, an African American who contributed so much to the early history of this country, is not known by many people. Article written by Aaron Woods ,co-founder and co-chair of the Wilsonville Alliance for Inclusive Community. Published in Wilsonville Spokesman 2.2.22
“We must prepare students to ethically utilize technology in their daily lives and work, and we must provide students the skill and knowledge to protect themselves and others from the many threats that this generation faces and will continue to face.”
This Black History Month, CompTIA notes the contributions of Aaron Woods, director of U.S. solutions providers, relationship and partners at Xerox and the first African-American member of the CompTIA Board of Directors. Woods is an ardent supporter of TechVoice – CompTIA’s public advocacy grass roots network – and the IT industry.
This $3.2 billion program will make discounts on broadband service and equipment available to qualifying individuals during the pandemic.