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The will focus on ways technology can be used to "improve the impact of government, elevate marginalized communities, and tackle our country's most pressing shared challenges." Notable panelists joining O'Malley include Carmen Rojas, CEO of the Worker Lab; Kimberly Bryant, Founder of Black Girls Code; Sid Espinosa, Director of Philanthropy and Civic Engagement for Microsoft; Sam Lessin, entrepreneur and former Vice-President of Product at Facebook; and Marci Harris, CEO of PopVox.
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Carmen Rojas is an actress, known for Norbit (2007), Me Myself and Us TV (2007) and Got Rights? (2012). See full bio »
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I consider her my hero because I know she has faced many problems. I cant mention everything, but some of them are: the loss of her baby named Ilse del Carmen, and having had to take care of her father who had Plumbs cancer and suffered until his last day. More recent problems are: her brother's accident, which caused him to lose one eye and become blind, and what I consider one of the most difficult things in her life: taking care of her mother who has Alzheimer's. Carmen Rojas also faced some problems in the professional sector. For example, she had one boss that fired her because of her pregnancy, and she eventually lost that child.
Carmen Rojas, whom SEIU brought on to lead the Workers Lab, had to weed out a bunch. To be viable, the Lab’s founders decided, ideas had to have three main attributes that had allowed the labor movement to prosper: financial sustainability, the ability to replicate, and a focus on building worker power.