CEO & Founder Of PhotoPad for Business. A leader and passionate about the start-up community, Serves as Director, Seattle Founder Institute, Mentor, Coach and organizer to Startup Weekend, Expert Panelist and speaker on Entrepreneurship, Invited to the White House Digital Tech summit and served on Delegation for Vancouver First Startup Week and panelist for Bridging the Gap between Seattle and Vancouver, as well as, seeks ways to help entrepreneurs connect with one another and provides resources to assure success.
Diane is a Thought leader and advocate for Women Entrepreneurs and empower them to pursue their startups serving as advisers to start-ups, Board of Directors to Women In Wireless and Women in Tech. Passionate to give back to the community in the philanthropy sector, serving on the Board of Trustee for a non-profit Olive Crest. 2015 Women in Business Award, 2012 Mom of the Year Business Award and 2012 Ambassador to the Children Community Award.
The one thing you can do to break the male-dominated tech paradigm 4:18
Why persistence is the key for women to get ahead 4:52
The one thing you need to accelerate your success 7:09
Every time we reach a milestone that's a success, and that's what we need to look at 9:00
One of my biggest mistakes early on 21:07
Success is what you show
Fear is always going to be a baseline when you are doing your own company and investing your own money and you’re looking at a big audacious goal and people around you are telling you that you're crazy and that's is fear in itself
I try to separate the noise from reality