Kalimah Priforce is just a kid from Brooklyn committed to eliminating barriers to human potential as the Headmaster CEO and Founder of Qeyno Group - an independent global think tank for inclusive innovation. Qeyno is also home to Hackathon Academy, the first pop-up school that prepares youth and their mentors to build web and mobile apps together that solve the world's biggest problems. From Tech EQuity Week to Moonshot Q, Qeyno believes in a future that brings magical opportunity for all. Kalimah's brand of inclusive hacktivism has been featured on the cover of USA Today, the MSNBC mini-documentary, "Swimming in Their Genius", indie award winning film "Code Oakland" and recognized by the Obama White House as a Champion of Change. He is a 2013 Echoing Green fellow and awarded the 40 Under 40: Tech Diversity for Silicon Valley. He is a member of the National Advisory Council for Forward Promise, a fund based out of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, and the Fellows Advisory Council for Echoing Green.