Tri-C Grad Guides Older Adults Across the ‘Digital Divide’
Wanda Davis founded Ashbury Senior Computer Community Center in Cleveland
The ability to learn is ageless.
That is the motto for the Ashbury Senior Computer Community Center (ASC3), a life-changing Cleveland organization founded by Cuyahoga Community College (Tri-C®) graduate Wanda Davis.
ASC3 works to bridge the “digital divide” for older adults by teaching them technological skills. The nonprofit organization has trained more than 7,200 people since opening its doors in 2002.
The Plain Dealer’s Grant Segall recently profiled Davis in his “My Cleveland” feature. The story appeared in the newspaper’s May 19 editions and is also posted online.
Davis graduated from Tri-C in 1975 with an associate degree focused on business administration. Her resume also includes a certificate in early childhood education from the College.
She has served the community for decades through work with organizations such as the Northeastern Neighborhood Development Corporation, Glenville Development Corporation, Glenville Business Association, Ashbury Street Club and Neighbor to Neighbor.
May 20, 2019
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