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Community Coffee☕| ‘Our Future Changemakers’

November 3, 2020 @ 8:00 am - 9:00 am



Join us for our weekly tech community gathering (with coffee) for updates, best practices, and a way to connect with other local business leaders on what they are doing during this unprecedented time.

SPONSORED BY: South Florida Business & Wealth


Special Election Day Community Coffee discussion – What’s better than hearing how Our Future Changemakers are advocating for good!

Students are our future doctors, engineers, politicians and the VOICE of our country! We hear our youth, we support our youth and we can definitely learn from them as well. Join us as we invite four top youth leaders to share insights on how they are driving change to increase community engagement and innovation within their schools.


  • Jose Delgado | Data Analytics Student @ FAU
  • Evan Cabrera | Civil Engineering Student @ FAU
  • Eesha Shaw | Biomedical Engineering Student @ UF
  • Brandon Wisnicki | Computer Science Student @ UPENN


Jose Delgado is a Data Analytics Student @ FAU and the Talent Specialist Intern @ Palm Beach Tech. Jose has had several leadership roles in clubs and organizations in high school. This included being the President of Honor Society where he directed several community projects. He was also the founder and President of BroCode, a coding club designed to teach students Java to get knowledge about the dominating tech field.

Evan Cabrera is a Civil Engineering Student @ FAU. Over the 4 years at Lake Worth Community High School he spearheaded several community service events to change the connotation of the school to a more vibrant one. Evan was Vice President of Men of Distinction, treasurer of National Honor Society, Founder of PB4Planet, and member of many other clubs including SGA. Through his service, he was named as student of the Year for the class of 2020.

Eesha Shaw is Biomedical Engineering Student @ UF. She was the technical lead of Spanish River’s Lemelson-MIT Inventeam, where they won a $10,000 grant to develop a prototype for the early detection of sepsis. Eesha was also the president of Health Occupations Students of America(HOSA) and of National Business Honor Society. Impressively, she was the co-Action Center lead and president of Child Rights and You, where they raised awareness and money for underprivileged kids in India.

Brandon Wisnicki is a freshman at Penn studying CS and has a huge interest in history. He believes that the intersection of history and technology is an untapped market, specifically in the field of academia. Brandon’s goals are currently to use technology to expand and increase the ability for anyone from anywhere in the world to access a breadth of knowledge and understanding.

In order to aid his former classmates at Suncoast High School in the challenging history curriculum, Brandon built the website Diodorus History to use as a tool for “students, teachers, and learners” to create and share timelines using rich media such as video and images”.

He also enjoys graphic design and rock ‘n roll!


We would like to hear from you and how our members are responding and staying ahead of their business challenges during this time. We will be offering weekly updates with speakers who can help answer your most pressing questions.

We look forward to your participation!


November 3, 2020
8:00 am - 9:00 am


Palm Beach Tech

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