By June 2017, we will have educated Five Million at-risk Nigerian youth via GvG and provided advanced technology devices

We are in partnership with the African Community Bridge Foundation and the Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health to help us achieve our education goal in Africa

GvG provided 50 smart tablets to launch our beta test in Abuja, Nigeria

In partnership with the United Nations Association, we have educated 150 world leaders on GvG technology, representing Georgia Tech, Mayor's Office of Atlanta, Barack Obama Mandela Fellows, YALI leaders, and Clark-Atlanta University

Our initiative is currently present in over 169 countries and is changing the mindset of people all around the world, including; Barbados, Europe, Canada, China, and here in the US

Over 23,000 youth in the Washington, D.C. Metro area have taken the GvG challenge and are continuously exposed to STEM learning through entertainment and gaming, by way of the Boys and Girls Club of Greater Washington and participating schools

Along with U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor, BET, and College Bound, GvG helped reward hundreds of at-risk American High School Students with scholarships to major colleges and universities

With our partner and flagship Genie, Santana Moss, we exposed over 3,500 students at Westlake High School to GvG and directly coached 120 of the most at-risk youth in resolving conflicts and better decision-making skills

We donated over 200 free smart tablets to American at-risk teens to promote STEM education