San Diego Union-Tribune: After growing up with limited access to technology, nonprofit founder wants to bridge digital gap for others

Nishal Mohan’s parents struggled and worked in their village in Guyana until he was 8 years old, later applying to become teachers in the Bahamas, where they moved with a few suitcases and a few hundred dollars. In Guyana, they didn’t have running water, indoor plumbing, or technology at home. In the Bahamas, it was the first time he’d seen people drive cars and ride escalators. After a few years, his parents had saved enough money to buy a 32-bit computer and send him to computer classes.

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