In case you missed it, CEO/Founder Shalisha Morgan was featured on MyFox8 News segment Good For Her in June. Shalisha, originally from Kansas, is truly both excited and humbled to share her story. Geek In Heels specializes in ALL device repairs from iPhone's to TV's and everything in between. She's not a black girl who codes; she is a Black Woman Who Builds.
In conjunction with Women's History Month iFixIt.org is celebrating Women in Tech. Geek In Heels is truly honored to recognized as one of six women across the world who is changing the face of repair. Read more about Geek In Heels and the other amazing women here.
Geek In Heels CEO, Shalisha Morgan, teamed up with iFixIt.org to share her repair story. iFixIt's #ImAGenius Campaign is aimed to share repair stories and to let everyone know that WE ALL have the right to repair our devices. Awaken your inner genius by repairing your device. Listen to Geek In Heels and others as they share their repair stories here.
March is Women's History Month and YesWeekly featured 19 amazing women around the Triad area who are creating change and setting new standards. Geek In Heels is one of the women who was featured in this article here.
Geek In Heels is proud to announce new business venture iSee Tech For Kids that she created with her two children. Triad Biz Journal featured the CEO, Shalisha Morgan, and her two children in an article about competing in a local pitch competition at Venture Cafe. Read the article here.
It was BIG news in Winston for the first Female African American Owned repair shop to open in Winston Salem. WS Chronicle featured the CEO, Shalisha Morgan, and the opening of her first brick and mortar store inside of Hanes Mall. Read more about Geek In Heels and the store opening here.