Gerald A. Moore Sr. | Featured on KMBC 9 News Kansas City

BALTIMORE — A Baltimore teacher's students are getting Chromebooks thanks to a man on a mission.

He is a man on a mission. Moore left his career as a cybersecurity engineer to devote himself to his nonprofit, Mission Fulfilled 2030. "The mission is to inspire, educate and activate young Black males in technology. Today, Black males make up less than 5% of the high-tech and STEM workforce," he said. Mission Fulfilled 2030 works to get boys as young as kindergarten interested in STEM, so responding to the need for Chromebooks was the right fit. "That is what we should do. If you’re not serving and being a part of the solution, then what are we doing?" Moore said. If you would like to help donate to the Chromebooks initiative, you can visit Gerald Moore's website, Mission Fulfilled 2030. Read more....