Witty is a monthly podcast where women in technology share their stories. Founder and host Yasmin has candid, informative conversations with female leader's about how they navigate the technology industry. Witty's guests range from Bumble founders, Instagram data scientists, Netflix recruiters, Google marketers, to angel investors. Witty is growing quickly, backed by an all-women team, partnering with women-first organizations, and reaching more than 50,000 loyal listeners in over 133 countries. Learn more about Witty on our website (wittypod.com) or reach out via email (email@example.com).
TikTok-ing in the pandemic (Elizabeth Kenyon)
Elizabeth Kenyon, a Canadian software developer at Bold Commerce and a viral TikTok creator. Elizabeth talks about the value of cultivating community in a male-dominated computer science major, tips on combating imposter syndrome, and the opportunities...
International Chat Bots (Ravina Mutha)
Ravina Mutha is the Co-founder of Enterprise Bot, a company that builds customer service bots that communicate in natural language and understand users' requirements. Enterprise Bot was awarded Forbes 60 Women-Led Startups. Ravina holds a bachelors of...
Being the owner of your life (Elena Sinelnikova)
Elena Sinelnikova is the Co-founder and CEO of MetisDAO, an information technology and services company. Previously, Elena was the founder and CEO of CryptoChicks, an international organization that educates young women about blockchain. Elena holds a...
Entrepreneurship was not part of the plan (Erin Bury)
Erin Bury is the CEO and founder of Willful, an online platform that makes it affordable, convenient, and easy for Canadians to create a legal will online. Previously, Erin was on the founding team of BetaKit--Canada’s largest startup publications--and...
Well-being is the newest luxury brand (Devon Brooks)
Devon Brooks is the CEO and founder of Sphere, a managed marketplace platform for membership-based coaching experiences. Previously, Devon co-founded Blo Bar, the world’s first and largest franchise chain of Blow Dry Bars. Devon was awarded one of...
You need to see it to be it (Jill Earthy)
Jill Earthy is the CEO of Women’s Enterprise Centre of British Columbia, a provincial non-profit organization helping BC women start, lead and grow their own business. Jill started and grew two businesses, Momcafe Network and Nasco Staffing Solutions....
I am so happy that I found a podcast which focuses on these powerful women leaders who have a lot to share with us. I am looking forward to hearing more episodes.