We were selected to be one out of five participants throughout the DC, Maryland, and Virginia area to be a part of a “Virtual Residency Pilot Program”.
As The National Institutes of Health’s Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning Consortium to Advance Health Equity and Researcher Diversity (AIM-AHEAD) continues to grow, so does the need for science outreach and communication.
On behalf of the (NIH) & Georgetown University, we were tasked with documenting the impact of how “Artificial Intelligence impacts clinical psychology in underrepresented communities”. Joelle Fuchs a Clinical Psychology doctoral student at the University of Maryland shared her thoughts on the impact of Artificial Intelligence and the future of Health Equity.
Top Dogs is a documentary series highlighting the most successful minority business owners and leaders. The show was created to highlight entrepreneurs who are making positive changes in their communities. This series is a production created by Bluebox Visions to shine a light on those who are influencing others and transforming their communities with their efforts. Top Dogs will show how success is a goal anyone can achieve. The show is designed to encourage entrepreneurship in minority communities to promote the positive effects of building one’s wealth.
Welcome to the First Episode of Top Dogs Baltimore. The First episode with Stokey Cannady. A positive trailblazer in the city of Baltimore, community leader/Activist, and former mayoral candidate who came from the inner city streets of Baltimore turned his life around & did a full 360.
This is Stokey’s story!