RELOADED: Kathryn Finney, founder and managing director of DigitalUndivided (DID). Founded in 2013, DID is a social enterprise that takes an innovative, transformative approach to economic empowerment by encouraging Black and Latina women to own their economic security through entrepreneurship.
Two of our favorite innovators return. Melanie Igwe, the co-founder of Ilerasoft, and Rachel Simon-Lee, CEO and Founder of Heartwork Videos.
Joining us is Jeff Gamble, CTO & Founder of Dynamic Surgical. He strives empower healthcare consumers with access to low-cost technological innovations and the knowledge to TRULY incorporate them into their everyday lives.
Joining us is Elaine Queathem, the founder of Savvy Coders . Savvy Coders began with a vision of reaching out to people traditionally underrepresented in the technology field. Partnering with several non-profit groups, they endeavored to give back to communities by increasing tech talent and expanding business opportunities.
Joining us today is Jermey Nulik, the Evangelist Prime and Futurist at Bigwidesky.
Joining us today is Antionette D. Carroll, Founder and CEO of Creative Reaction Lab. Creative Reaction Lab is a nonprofit social enterprise designing healthy and racially equitable communities for Black and Latinx populations through education and training programs, community engagement consulting, an online national platform, and open-source resources.
Notes For Life Arts & Technology exists to provide no-cost, innovative lessons in arts education to every student, everywhere. Their mission is to empower each participant in a hands-on learning culture, which encourages peer-to-peer collaboration, creative storytelling, entrepreneurship, and provides access to cutting-edge technological advancements.
Joining us today is Kathryn Finney, founder and managing director of DigitalUndivided (DID). Founded in 2013, DID is a social enterprise that takes an innovative, transformative approach to economic empowerment by encouraging Black and Latina women to own their economic security through entrepreneurship.
Seqwana Pryor and Keith Turner share their thoughts on identifying opportunities (good ideas) for new businesses – the problem/solution fit. Listeners get to explore their personal journeys from corporate America to launching their own businesses. In addition to sharing her unique experiences
Today, we are bringing you a guest we had on several seasons ago—Jared Arms, Founder and CEO of Kylar.io. I ran into Jared recently out and about at one of our incubators here in St. Louis and as he was