by Chitra Ragavan · 10 Nov 2020 · 14 min read
Although female tech leaders are still a relative rarity in a world chock full of men and male-founded corporations, women are on the cutting edge of advancement in the field. Creating futuristic businesses that do everything from helping patients understand their medical diagnoses to helping people identify career matches, women are uniting their passions with high-tech solutions that are quite literally changing people's lives and the future of businesses. Here, three kickass tech-obsessed women on our radar:
Randi Zuckerberg just can't help but think of technology, no matter what time of day, even dinner time. The NYT best-selling author, serial tech entrepreneur and Founder and CEO of Zuckerberg Media, has now set her sights on the food industry with a new interactive pop-up shop she launched this summer.
Rhonda Vetere is an international executive, speaker, author, and triathlete. And, if all that wasn't enough, she is also a significant figure in supporting women across the globe and "empowering women and girls to seize their moments and share their passions with the world."
While most people think of tech startups as chaotic, and risky getting mine off the ground felt leisurely compared to Broadway!
There's a good chance someone you love has an addiction problem. And it's not what you think. Not opioids. Not wine. Not gambling. Not even final clearance, gift with purchase, or my personal favorite, sale shopping.
My name is Audra Gold, and I am the CEO and co-founder of the ground-breaking online audio streaming platform, Vurbl. I started to build websites in college, where I became obsessed with the Internet. After college, I began my career as a product manager at a Silicon-Valley-based digital media company and have been hooked on startups ever since. I took my first Head of Product job for a startup about 12 years ago and have gone on to build products for seed stage companies through Series A, B, and beyond several times over. My primary motivation for taking on one of the hardest jobs in tech is the satisfaction I get from building great products and then watching millions of users enjoy them.
Among other things, technology has changed customer buying patterns. So, let’s study how exactly gadgets have altered the way we consume products and services.