Zoë David-Delves (she/her) is an anti-oppression facilitator and community organizer in the fields of gender, race and sexuality equity and advocacy. She holds degrees in Gender, Race, Sexuality and Social Justice, Psychology and Global Affairs. As a queer Black woman who was born and raised in the multi-island nation of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, she is passionate about supporting marginalized peoples both in the First and Third worlds. Zoë’s work ethic prioritises playfulness, empathy, integrity and people power in work. She looks forward to growing as an advocacy professional, while maintaining her global focus and working with an intersectional, anti-oppressive lens.
AfroTech is a conference experience and continues to be one of the largest multicultural tech conferences in the United States, bringing together engineers, venture capitalists, recruiters, technologists, and culture enthusiasts from all over the world. It is the definitive conference that brings leaders in technology and business together to exchange ideas and build a strong Black tech community.