Nehemiah Horace

Nehemiah Horace

Nehemiah Horace is the proud founder and CEO of HD2Technology. With aspirations of breaching the evolution of technology, he studies the history of technology and the mindset of the most profound inventors. He has worked on numerous iOS and mobile applications, websites, UI/UX design, flyers, logos, etc. He uses his skills to enhance the technological and digital experience to upcoming generations. Over the years, Nehemiah has had the privilege of working for multiple startup and enterprise companies that has advanced his knowledge to help birth his own company. Within his first year of building the company, he was featured in Bham Now’s blog, 5 Startups You Need To Know About, in Birmingham, AL and worked on projects throughout out the southern states. The company steadily growing with a full head of steam.

“We came to take technology to the next level. High Definition to the Nth Degree”

In November of 2012, Nehemiah became a member of the Kappa Delta chapter Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. on the campus of the University of Alabama at Birmingham. His service and duty to his organization helps uplift and bridge the gap between the wealthy and less fortunate of this society. He later transitioned into the graduate chapter, Alpha Phi Chapter, where he continues to serve his community. Five years later, he is still an active and loyal member of his fraternity.

In July of 2017, Nehemiah was approached by a great friend, Wesley Wright (Wes), to help be apart of a movement and birth a nonprofit in Birmingham, AL by the name of the Regenerate Society, Inc. Wes appointed Nehemiah as the Chief Operating Officer of the organization to control all operations. Nehemiah takes vision of the organization and brings it to life. The organization has had a great 1st year and is growing stronger each and every day.

Over the past year, Nehemiah has given back to the community by mentoring the youth at the Young Men’s Christian Association’s (YMCA) Hoover Branch after school daycare program. During this time, he has built relationships with kids by helping them with homework, engaging in after school physical activities, field trips, and being a great role model. He also spends his time sharing the knowledge of basketball to the youth throughout the school year and during Amateur Athletic Union (AAU) season with Hoover Competitive Basketball Club (HCBC). Nehemiah has had the liberty of coaching and mentoring kids of from ages 7 to 14, grades 2nd – 8th.

“Allow us to transform the main source of attention into a source that helps educate and empower the youth on the history and evolution of technology.”