According to Pew Research Center - Members of Gen Z are more racially and ethnically diverse than any previous generation, and they are on track to be the most well-educated and entrepreneurial generation yet. They are tastemakers and digital natives who have little or no memory of the world as it existed before smartphones. What do the unique attributes about this generation mean for the local tech ecosystems that they work in? What do they see as opportunities and challenges? Moreover - how do ecosystems best engage these leaders of tomorrow? Join the conversation with VFA Fellows about their perspectives.