Kinnis Gosha is a faculty member in the Morehouse College Department of Computer Science and the Director of the Culturally Relevant Computing Lab. Simultaneously, he is a doctoral student and Graduate Research Assistant in Human Centered Computing at the Clemson University’s School of Computing. His research areas include advanced learning technologies, service sciences and culturally relevant computing. As a researcher, Kinnis has been very successful accumulating 19 peer reviewed publications before finishing his PHD coursework. He serves as the editor for the Annuals of the Next Generation Journal, sponsored by the Center for African American Research and Policy. As an instructor, Kinnis has taught at Auburn University and Columbus State University. Kinnis’s corporate experience includes internships with Synovus Financial Company in Columbus, Georgia and IBM Research in Yorktown Heights, New York. Lastly, as an entrepreneur, Kinnis is the recipient of the Clemson University’s Arthur M. Spiro Institute for Entrepreneurial Leadership Technology Entrepreneurship Certificate. He practices the skills learned in the program as the owner of Gosha Technologies – a software development company that Kinnis started in 2005.