Charlotte Dungan Named Program Architect of the Mark Cuban Foundation AI Bootcamps

Charlotte Dugan smiling and wearing glasses.

Charlotte Dungan ‘08 (Midwest, BA) is now the Program Architect of the Mark Cuban Foundation AI Bootcamps, which offer free AI learning opportunities for high school students at various host companies across the country. She will lead the team responsible for organizing these free AI boot camps nationwide.

Founded by Mark Cuban in 2019, the AI Bootcamps Initiative has hosted many free camps, teaching AI to over 1,600 students in more than 30 cities. This year, the program aims to teach AI to over 600 students in cities such as Miami, Detroit, Portland, Chicago, New York City, and Dallas. The foundation focuses on students who are traditionally underserved in technology fields.

The camps are open to all students with an interest in technology, regardless of their prior knowledge of computer science or programming. Throughout three half-days, the curriculum covers AI concepts and skills, educating students about AI, its role in everyday life, and its ethical considerations.

Dungan brings extensive expertise as an educational leader with a proven track record in K12 STEM education, particularly in AI and Computer Science. Her skills include curriculum design, equity-driven outreach, program management, volunteer training, and developing future technology leaders. She holds a master’s degree from Harvard University.

Learn more about Dungan here.