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COFFEE & CODED Female Founders Series: #7 Lee'Ann Burgess

Home Base: Long Island, New York Founded: 2014 Fav Podcast: "Gary Vee Audio Experience" by Gary Vaynerchuck Fav Book: The Innovators Dilemma by Clayton Christensen Female Role Model: Stefana Muller, Founder of Long Island Women in Tech Why did you start Social Vibe Marketing?

COFFEE & CODED Female Founders Series: #6 Simerpreet Kaur

Homebase: New Delhi, India Founding Date: 2017 Fav App: Mine! ThingsGoSocial Fav Book: Currently Reading " What Every Body Is Saying " by Joe Navarro. Female Role Model: Shama Hyder, Founder of Zen Media. Why Did You Start ThingsGoSocial? "ThingsGoSocial is a social platform created to better connect humans and machines.

COFFEE & CODED Female Founders Series: #5 Chloe Taylor

Meet Chloe Taylor. Chloe Taylor is Co-founder of Greeneprints, Inc, a non-profit organization based in Brooklyn, that develops science inquiry and technology programs for local children. Originally from Pittsburgh, Chloe earned her bachelor's degree from Carnegie Mellon University, where she developed an interest in innovative teaching practices and creative technology.

COFFEE & CODED Female Founders Series: #4 Tracy Tran

Home Base: Fort Collins, Colorado Title: Founder & CEO of Mountain Services, Co-Founder of Think Out of the Box STEM Academy, Founder of Learn-Earn-Grow.co.network, and Founder of tracyletran.co.network Founding Date: 2016 (Mountain Services), 2018 (TOB STEM), 2018 (Learn-Earn-Grow), 2018 (tracyletran.co.network) Last Book Read: Anything on cybersecurity Female Role Model: Kimberly Tanny, Owner and Instructor of Tanny Academy of Martial Arts 4th Dan ITF Black Belt and Team USA Competitor, a photographer and a very supportive sister.

COFFEE & CODED Female Founders Series: #3 Courtney Brand

HQ/Location: New York, NY Founding Date: 2018 Female Hero(s): The amazing Female Founders I meet on a day to day basis! What's the Biggest Lesson You've Learned During Your First Year of Business? "I learned that you have to be vulnerable as an entrepreneur. You need to show all of your cards.

COFFEE & CODED Female Founders Series: #2 Chantel George

Home Base: New York, NY Title: Founder & CEO, Sistas In Sales Founding Date: 2018 Fav Podcast: Still Processing Hero: My dad. What Inspired You to Start Sistas In Sales? "I created Sistas in Sales because I noticed a deficiency when it came to women of color in professional sales positions.

COFFEE & CODED Female Founders Series: #1 Tricia English

Home Base: Sante Fe, New Mexico Title: Founder & CEO, UNUM Magazine Founding Date: 2017 Female Role Model: Kimberly Corbitt, Founder of TxEDO Healthcare. Why Did You Start UNUM Magazine? "I have a background in design and I wanted to create impactful content about women around the world.

5 Rules to Creating Great Content - Coffee & Coded - Medium

Content, content, content: that's all anyone talks about these days. We all know that if a site wants to keep people coming and staying, their content has to speak in such a way it keeps the conversation going and the interest peaked.

Instagram: The Boyfriend I Can't Break Up With - Coffee & Coded - Medium

That's it. It's over. You've burned me one too many times. I'm tired of you parading a bunch of girls on display, perfect in positions and always in exotic locations as I work at my 9 to 5 and see all my double chins when I accidentally flip my phone's camera around.

Get Proud: Some of the Best LGBTQIA+ Apps to Download Right Now

Hey, everyone, NYC Pride is here! For weeks leading up to one of our favorite pure New York events, the city is drenched in rainbows and posters displaying messages of universal love and equality. This pride, check out a few LGBTQIA+-specific apps you can download instantly on your phone.

Roots Movement: Remembering Why We Love the Internet

The Internet has a pretty bad rap these days. Honestly, how could it not: with Facebook in court and Amazon's increasing presence, the chips on people's soldiers with regards to the net aren't few or far between. But try to push that aside, just for a moment.

 
 

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