Welcome to Tuesday.

Power through your lunch hour today for the continuation of our #TechTuesday webinar series. Today’s topic is The Wearable Experiment: Measuring Health Data with Tech featuring Redox marketing director QuHarrison Terry. He’ll provide insight into his recent data experiment involving popular wearables plus detail emerging trends in health tech. Sherrell is popping in to facilitate the discussion.

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-Tyler

P.S.
ITSPmagazine caught up with Sherrell to discuss how she’s inspiring people of color in tech through ThePLUG.  Click here to listen.

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