- Post 15 March 2013
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A number of nonprofit and communist service organization leaders gathered with students for Microsoft's Blacks at Microsoft Minority Student Day.
Pictured are Sara Buchana (from left), president of Your Talent Bridge; Zulna Heriscar, Microsoft regional territory manager; Shawn Wilson, president of Usher's New Look Foundation; Elle Duncan, reporter for 11Alive; and James Harris, Atlanta program director for Usher's New Look Foundation, engaged with nearly 150 high school and college students from the Atlanta area who visited Microsoft's Atlanta campus for a full day of creative games and projects, information sessions and product demonstrations from Microsoft at the company's 22nd Annual Blacks at Microsoft (BAM) Minority Student Day earlier this month.
The program is designed to spark interest in underrepresented minority students and propel them towards a career in the science, technology, engineer and mathematics (STEM) fields.