Her brain functions like an algorithm and sees patterns between the rhythms of music and language, connections between the tip of one song and the tail of the next.
Struggle with math? Need to build a team? Hire experts! That’s what Sarah did. Her advice: Think hard about where to best spend your time and invest early in getting experts to help you run the business.
Maggie was the first female CMO in SAP’s history and one of the few Asian-American leaders at the company. Diversity was a key element in her thought leadership program.
I met Jenny Romano through an online event hosted by Female Founders. It was the name of her company that intrigued me – The Newsroom. We immediately connected offline as I was curious to hear more about her business.
After a long and successful career in B2B marketing, Anita left the corporate world and discovered a niche for a podcast focusing on the many incredible founders and entrepreneurs she had discovered outside of the U.S.
Tatjana spent her early years with her parents in Siberia at the border to China. Fast forward to 1994 and she arrived in Germany by train with her grandmother, mother and sister, each with nothing more than a suitcase.
Born in Malaysia, Shoba Purushothaman originally wanted to become a lawyer. “I was in the debating club and did a decent job,” she says, which I suspect is an understatement. She loved to read and write.
So many people turned to puppies, rescue dogs and other pets for comfort during the last few years. Aparna Srinivasan knows a thing or two about pets, getting around New York City with dogs, but even more about the life of an entrepreneur.
Angie Vaux is another incredible founder and entrepreneur. Bankrolling her own business, Angie created the Women in Tech Forum, a global community and coaching platform that helps women build successful careers in the tech industry.
Katerina says there are two types of founders: Those who want to run their own companies and filter through ideas until they find something that sticks. She’s the other type – one who has an idea that won’t let go.