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Ep. 33: Both the CEO and the Chief Dishwasher (Julie Fajgenbaum)

Julie Fajgenbaum received her undergraduate degree from the University of Pennsylvania and her MBA from Harvard Business School. Julie started out in consulting at Oliver Wyman and McKinsey & Co. Julie, then, worked at American Express for ten years, where she lead OPEN, the Small Business unit, as their Chief Marketing Officer. Julie is now the CEO and founder of Tweed Wolf, a consumer technology company committed to solving the problem of having thousands of digital photos you never look at.  Listen in as we talk entrepreneurship tips, artificial intelligence, and, specifically, image recognition software.    Learn more about Tweed Wolf, the Lean Startup and Clarify.  Reach out to Julie on Twitter @JulieF or julie@tweedwolf.com.  LISTEN TO THE EPISODE HERE:          

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Ep. 32: The AR revolution in beauty (Jennifer Tidy)

Jennifer Tidy received her MBA from University of Toronto's Rotman School of Business. Jennifer was the second employee of Modiface, the leading provider of Augmented Reality technology for the beauty industry. Over nine years, she has helped grow the company and currently serves as the Senior Vice President of Partnerships.   Listen in as we talk about being acquired as a startup, advancements in mobile camera technology, and the intersection of beauty and augmented reality. Reach out to Jennifer on LinkedIn or at jennifer@modiface.com.   LISTEN TO THE EPISODE HERE:        

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Ep. 31: From the Patriots to Privacy (Tiffany Morris)

Tiffany is a graduate of Wellesley College and Boston College Law School. Tiffany spent five years working in the NFL as an advisor to the owners of the New England Patriots. Tiffany was an early employee of Vox Media and helped the company through a tremendous period of acquisition and growth. Tiffany now works for Lotame, a leading advertising technology provider, as its General Counsel and Head of Privacy. Outside of work, Tiffany has two daughters under the age of 3 and is eternally grateful for the cultural contributions of Andy Cohen. Listen in as we talk unorthodox career paths to technology, best practices for data privacy, and avoiding bias in Artificial Intelligence.   Reach out to Tiffany on Linkedin.      LISTEN TO THE...

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Ep. 30: Changing the balance of the tech industry (Maurya Couvares)

Maurya Couvares is the Co-founder and CEO of ScriptEd, a national nonprofit that equips students in under-resourced schools with the fundamental coding skills and professional experiences that together create access to careers in technology. For her work with ScriptEd, Maurya has been honored as an IgniteGood/Huffington Post Millennial Impact Fellow, an Ashoka Emerging Innovator, a Catalyst by the City of New York, an NY Business Journal Woman of Influence and was named as one of seven millennials “too busy changing the world to take selfies.” Maurya is also an All American triathlete and competed with Team USA at the triathlon world championships in 2017. Listen in as we talk taking risks as an entrepreneur, staying up-to-date with tech trends, and...

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Ep. 29: Basketball dunks & data points (Gladys Kong)

Gladys Kong, CEO of UberMedia, is an expert in mobile technology and data solutions, and as an entrepreneur is also the founder of multiple tech companies, holding numerous patents in the mobile technology space. Her leadership at UberMedia has directly contributed to the mobile data location and analytics company being ranked #16 in The Wall Street Journal’s Top 50 Start-ups and listed as one of Fast Company’s “50 Most Innovative Companies;” additionally, Gladys was named one of Business Insider’s “30 Most Powerful Women in Mobile Advertising.” Gladys holds a B.S. degree in Engineering and Applied Science from California Institute of Technology and an M.S. degree in Computer Science from UCLA. She is currently on the board of directors for Innovate Pasadena, an organization promoting technology and entrepreneurship. Listen in as we talk data...

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