Generation Impact, a new video series from the Garage by HP, features teenage entrepreneurs using technology to break barriers and positively impact their communities. The first film in the series, “The Coder,” follows Jay Jay Patton, who at age 13 designed and built Photo Patch, a mobile app to help kids stay connected to their incarcerated parents. Photo Patch was inspired by Jay Jay’s experience without her father for five years while he was in prison. She and her Dad then founded Unlock Academy, a program that teaches coding skills and provides mentoring to enable young people of color to have careers in STEM fields. This is a true story of drive, hope and ingenuity, which will be an inspiration to many.