Beth Rosenberg is an educator, writer and project manager with over 20 years of experience in the fields of culture, access/special needs, and technology. She is the founder of Tech Kids Unlimited, and currently consults for not-for-profit cultural and community organizations. Beth teaches on the faculty of NYU-Tandon School of Engineering.

Now that #Juneteenth is a National Holiday, it's important that we not only observe and celebrate freedom, but we remain educated. It's important we share the experiences of those who fought to get us to this moment.

So wonderful to see our friend Allan Goldstein at @IdmNyu Ability Lab featured @NYDailyNews: https://www.nydailynews.com/opinion/ny-oped-a-live-worth-living-20210613-xr2r6pwya5gazno3ektrcpdn5y-story.html

Early voting in NYC starts today! Check out some of our student-created podcasts highlighting the importance of voting!: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3-aRnOApv68

Looking for #ActuallyAutistic game designers (or similar industry professionals) to talk to a group of ND high schoolers about neurodiversity and reaching their goals. Email info@techkidsunlimited.org if interested! #AskAnAutistic

It was so great to meet so many interested potential board members from @BNYMellon through @YouthInc_NYC's Board Fair today!

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Bio

Beth is an education consultant who works with educators, technologists, academics, parents, families, schools, teachers and students. She has worked on strategic development, program outreach, interpretive educational exhibition materials, partnerships and collaborations between cultural organizations, community organizations and schools. Beth held education staff positions at Eyebeam Center for Art and Technology in NYC where she was the Founding Education Director and The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum where she was the Education Program Manager for many years. She holds a BA and an MA in Art History and an MS in Educational Technology. Beth is on the faculty at the Brooklyn Experimental Media Center at NYU-Tandon School of Engineering in Brooklyn, NY. She is the Founder of TechKidsUnlimited.org, a technology not-for-profit program for special needs youth.

Beth’s expertise includes: