I am Luckie, a DEI centered Senior Program Manager and Scrum Master with expertise leading Enterprise, Content Management, E-commerce, Mobility, Experience Marketing and Software Development initiatives. Successfully launching innovative technology campaigns for The Coca-Cola Company, United Parcel Service, Intercontinental Hotels Group, Walt Disney, ADT Security, Pfizer Pharmaceuticals, Bank of America, Wells Fargo, Pearson Education, Google Expeditions, UL Safety, Cruise Lines International Association, Mohawk Industries and W.L. Gore.

Prior to my career in technology, I worked in the nonprofit sector as a Child Advocate and Freedom School Program Coordinator for the Children’s Defense Fund, Community Strategist for Mayor Roxanne Qualls in Cincinnati, Ohio and Domestic Violence Advocate for the City of Atlanta.

Equity and Inclusion are my passion. Fostering community based STEAM, digital literacy and applied science skills enrichment programs continue to be efforts I am deeply committed to. I am currently a New Mexico Equity Council leader and advisor supporting Taos Charter School and the Taos Municipal School District.

Previous advocacy campaigns include SEE Something. SAY Something. (teen suicide prevention and iOS/Android app), #DREAMFORWARD (Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day observance), Sometimes Grandma (Alzheimer’s Disease and Children’s Mental Health advocacy) and #4HOSEA (community outreach services).

I founded and served as Program Director of Taos STEAM Academy, a teen fueled, innovation incubator established in 2016 to provide best-in-class, STEAM skills enrichment and rigorous code development opportunities for underrepresented youth in Taos County, New Mexico.

I received 2017-2018 Excellence through Equity (EtE) funding from District of Columbia Public Schools to pilot our STEAM enrichment program FUELSTEAM at Noyes Elementary School in Ward 5.

Computer Science for All advocate. Youth champion. DEI Change Agent. Proud GEEK and Girl Who Codes.

Enchanted Taos, New Mexico is the beautiful place I’m lucky to call home.

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