Villy Wang Ends Racism and Sexism

BAYCAT Founder Uses Storytelling to End Racism and Sexism

Forbes recently spotlighted Villy Wang, founder of BAYCAT,  and her storytelling abilities as a strategy toward ending racism, sexism and other "isms" found in today's world.

Wang founded BAYCAT (San Francisco) in 2004 by leveraging her 25-year background in education, arts, programming, nonprofit business and law. Raised by an immigrant single mother in New York City, her desire is to help tell her story forged with a passion for fusing digital media arts and story telling to create social change.

Read the Forbes feature on Wang and BAYCAT:

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