Terina-Jasmine (TJ) Alladin

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NCWIT Consultant
NCWIT Aspirations in Computing, Community Engagement Manager

TerinaJasmine (TJ) focuses her professional efforts on uplifting women, people of color, immigrants, and people with disabilities.She is the Founder and Principal Consultant for a Bostonbased consulting collaborative, Cultural Capital, that provides services to a variety of arts, tech, and public institutions. TJ has performed consulting work in data, research, and management for WolfBrown, the US Soccer Foundation, Le Laboratoire at MIT, the National Science Foundation, the Mayor’s Office of Arts and Culture Boston, and many more.

TJ received her MSc from Trinity Laban in the United Kingdom, the world’s foremost center for research in performance science. There, she studied statistics, biomechanics, and analyzed instruments for measuring physiological capacity. TJ is currently pursuing a MSc in Sports Technology and Digital Transformation with the Real Madrid Graduate School, focusing on Artificial Intelligence and Data Science.

TJ is from Brooklyn, New York with a rich heritage from Georgetown, Guyana.In her spare time, she likes to explore the ethical use of algorithms, online gaming, and best practices in cybersecurity

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