Sourcing for Innovation – Ep. 6: Alec Ross
By Adam Curtis
Alec Ross is a technology policy expert, Johns Hopkins visiting fellow, New York Times best-selling author and former Baltimore City Schools teacher. His background provides a unique perspective on the intersection of how private enterprise, non-profits and government can work together to boost workforce development and training for technology jobs.
We sat down with Alec to discuss this intersection, the importance of early technology education, the gap between aptitude and opportunity, the Orioles’ playoff chances and where Manny Machado might land next year.
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