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Nov. 27, 2017 12:46 pm

Delaware teen entrepreneur to speak at Wonder Women Tech Summit in DC

Miracle Olatunji will discuss the interdependence of diversity and innovation at the Jan. 26 event.

The Charter School of Wilmington Entrepreneurship Club, aka the future.

(Photo courtesy of Miracle Olatunji)

Charter School of Wilmington senior Miracle Olatunji, founder of The MIRACLE Organization and OpportuniME (and Technical.ly Delaware guest contributor) will be speaking at the 2018 Wonder Women Tech (WWT) Global Summit in Washington, D.C., on Jan. 26.

“The goal for the 2018 Wonder Women Tech Washington D.C. Summit is to ‘disrupt the conference model,’” said Olatunji, “and [to] create a shift in diversity and inclusion within STEAM industries by offering revolutionary content and impactful discussions that will further the development of women, girls and diversity as innovators.”

Olantunji will be speaking during a session called “Entrepreneur-onomics: The Interdependence of Diversity + Inclusion and Social Innovation.”

In addition to starting her own youth-empowering organizations, Olatunji is the Diamond Challenge for High School Entrepreneurs ambassador, a member of CSW’s Entrepreneurship Club and was named one of Mogul, Inc.’s “50 High School Students You Need to Know About.”

Miracle Olatunji. (Courtesy photo)

Miracle Olatunji. (Courtesy photo)

Wonder Women Tech will be held at the Ronald Reagan International Trade Center in D.C. from 8:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. on Friday, Jan. 26. Learn more about the event here.

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Tickets for the event are discounted to $199 through Dec. 15, which includes access to all events, as well as breakfast, lunch and refreshments throughout the day.

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