On a trip to the ancient temples of Angkor Wat, Jeremy Hockenstein was struck by how many of the young Cambodians he met had worked hard to learn English and computer skills and yet were not able to find jobs that used their talents. In 2001, shortly after returning home to the United States, Hockenstein set out to help solve this problem by founding the nonprofit Digital Divide Data. Today, Digital Divide Data employs nearly 500 disadvantaged young people in Cambodia and Laos to perform...
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