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Meet the crew

Kim Boutwell

Kim is a passionate advocate for education technology. She is the founder and creator of the Dell Student TechCrew initiative, which focuses on empowering students with the tools and skills necessary for the digital age, fostering both
technical proficiency and leadership.

By promoting the integration of these programs into schools, Kim aims to transform educational environments and nurture a generation of problem-solvers. Her commitment to enhancing community and student engagement through technology makes her a key figure in shaping future-ready education.

Imane Boukhait

Through Student TechCrew, Imane helps bridge the gap between technology, education and career readiness. With a passionate commitment to innovation and community engagement, Imane plays a crucial role in integrating technology into learning environments to enhance educational outcomes.

She hosts the TechCrew Connect podcast where former TechCrew students discuss how the program helped jumpstart their career. Imane is dedicated to preparing the next generation for a future where technology is a fundamental part of solving global challenges.

Matt Robinson

At Dell Technologies, Matt is focused on leveraging technology to transform education. He is deeply invested in fostering environments where technology aids in both teaching and learning, ensuring that students are well-prepared for the digital age.

As an advocate for Dell’s Student TechCrew, Matt emphasizes the importance of equipping young minds with technical prowess and problem-solving skills. His work with the program reflects his commitment to nurturing a generation that is tech-savvy and ready to tackle future challenges.

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