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Myja Gary

Myja Gary is a renowned host, speaker, and communications expert who advocates for women's leadership and young Black voices. Currently, Myja is a Corporate Communications Manager at Zoom Video Communications where she leads employee engagement strategies and campaigns to connect and inform Zoom’s diverse, multicultural workforce of over 7,000 employees.   

At Zoom, Myja works in partnership with the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Organization where she helped launch and lead the first Black Employee Resource Group, Zoom Soul; the inaugural Historically Black Colleges & Universities (HBCU) week; and the first DEI Report. She has also helped organize internal multicultural activations for Black History Month, Women’s History Month, and Pride Month to name a few. Myja is the first Black woman to lead HR communications at the company and is dedicated to helping increase representation of minority groups in the tech space. 

 

A pageant veteran and model of women’s empowerment, Myja is a former Miss North Carolina A&T State University, Miss Black Virginia, and Miss Black USA. Through her state and national platforms and beyond, she advocates for women’s leadership through mentorship, career readiness, and community-building programs to help build the next generation of women leaders. As a motivational speaker, Myja teaches her audience the importance of college and career readiness, leadership development, diversity, and much more. Myja is also the creator and host of Ask Myj the Podcast, a podcast outlet where she shares inspirational stories and sheds light on influential Black women and businesses and cultural trends that impact Black millennials. 
 
Myja received a Bachelor of Science from N.C. A&T State University and a Master of Professional Studies from Georgetown University. She is a proud member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated, the oldest Black Greek-lettered sorority for college-educated women dedicated to service. 

 

 

“Don’t be the first or the last to do it. Be the turning point- the point at which real change happens.” 

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