In Series 1, I chat with inspirational women in tech and founders at various stages of their startup journey. Get insights about the challenges they have faced along the way and hear about their awesome wins. Find out what inspired them to even start their entrepreneurial journey and what past experiences shaped their paths.
Episode 10: Nilofar Rahmani, VP @Goldman Sachs
In this final episode of our Series 1: Inspiring Female Founders & Women in. Tech we chat to the self-confessed tech nerd Nilo about diversity & inclusion in the workplace, the inequities female founders face in the investment world and how being introduced to STEM at an early age has led Nilo to have an inspiring and hugely successful career in tech.
Episode 9: Naama Barnea-Goraly M.D. CO-Founder of Girltelligence
In this episode, I chat wit Naama about growing up in Israel and then moving to the US and her journey from working in Science and Research at Stanford University to co-founding her app Girltelligence. Girltelligence empowers and creates a global community for young girls and your women. This is our penultimate podcast in this series.
Episode 8: Rosze Kaur - Entrepreneur, Author, Bitcoin Trader, Pastor, Speaker & Coach
In this episode, I chat with Rosze Kaur, a powerhouse of energy and a truly inspirational woman who wears multiple hats and does nothing half-hearted! We explore how to become the person you were meant to be when life throws you some curveballs! From growing up in India to moving to the US as a 16-year-old. Listen to Rosze's inspirational story and how her faith and mindset have helped her get to where she is today an accomplished entrepreneur, author, bitcoin trader, pastor, speaker and coach - is there anything this woman can't do??
Episode 7: Arezou Zarafshan, Founder & CEO of Call Emmy
In this episode, we chat with Arezou Zarafshan who after growing up during the Iran/Iraq war developed resilience and the ambition to be more than the Iranian government would allow women to be.We hear how after moving to the US Arezou developed an amazing career starting in the corporate world then moving into the startup scene and becoming a founder, investor and mentor with a passion for helping female-led startups.We chat about funding and what is needed for female founders to get a bigger share of VC funding and we hear all about Arezou's latest startup, the app-based Call Emmy (previously known as Dispatch Mom).
Episode 6: Dr. Lola Adeyemi - Co-Founder/COO of Magna Carta Health & Founder/CEO of Mentoring Her
In this episode we chat through Lola's awesome journey from medical school and discuss how her desire to help others and her community inspired her to become an entrepreneur and create two inspirational bootstrapped companies whilst working as a physician and being a mother. Great chat, great story!
Episode 5: Negin Shiraghaei Founder & CEO of Open Growth UK
Ex-BBC News Anchor, Journalist and Human Rights Activist who has now made a move into tech by creating her own startup Open Growth UK - working to provide support, mentorship, learning & funding for startups. It also supports amazing initiatives like Fuzia which creates jobs for young women in India! A truly inspirational journey from an inspirational woman!