Diana is the director of the Detroit Community Technology Project. Her work focuses on developing popular education materials that empower communities to use media and technology to investigate, illuminate, and develop visionary solutions to challenges.
Data Justice Community Researcher
Tawana Petty has a diverse background of community organizing experience in Detroit, particularly around issues such as water rights, digital justice, and youth advocacy. As part of a larger national research project her role as Data Justice Community Researcher with DCTP will be understanding issues of open data, digital privacy and racial and economic inequality in Detroit though Data Discotechs and ongoing focus groups.
EII Program Coordinator
Janice has a background in program management, marketing and public relations, and communications. In her role as the Program Coordinator for the Equitable Internet Initiative, she will be working with anchor organizations in three neighborhoods of Detroit seeding community technology programing, including DCTP’s Digital Stewards training program.
Anderson has an extensive background in Information Technology. At DCTP, he facilitates our equipment rental program and has a talent for fixing technology as needed. He organized ongoing learning with Detroit Digital Stewards and maintains the CassCo community wireless network.
Designer and Web Developer
Kristyn has a background in UX research and design as well as web development. She is part of the communications team for DCTP, focusing on information design, graphic design and branding, and social media guides for the Equitable Internet Initiative. She is also responsible for design and development of DCTP’s website.