Dwana Franklin-Davis is the CEO of Reboot Representation. She is a collaborative and compelling visionary leading the Tech Coalition’s pooled philanthropic investments that enable Black, Latina, and Native American women to graduate with computing degrees by 2025 and lessens the diversity gap in tech.
A lifelong technologist with a passion for increasing diversity, equity, and inclusion in the tech sector, Dwana joined Reboot Representation in 2019 after working in technology and leadership positions for Mastercard, May Department Store Companies, and IBM. Based in New York City, Dwana holds a BS in Management from Purdue University, a MS in Information Management from Washington University in St. Louis, and a Certificate in Project Management from Washington University in St. Louis. Dwana currently serves on the James McKelvey School of Engineering National Council at Washington University, National Center for Women & Information Technology Board of Directors, Break Through Tech Advisory Committee, Last Mile Education Fund’s Champions Board, and CodePath’s Engineering Brain Trust.