7 Ways An Arts Background Gave Me A Competitive Advantage As a Tech Entrepreneur

Posted by on Oct 30, 2016 in Blog, Career, Creativity
7 Ways An Arts Background Gave Me A Competitive Advantage As a Tech Entrepreneur

It’s National Arts and Humanities month, and I couldn’t think of a better way to celebrate it than share my story about how art and technology connect. Last year, I wrote about how I went from poet to UX Designer (link here), but this month I’m more interested in sharing just how my arts background […]

How My Immigrant Family Shaped My Perspective On Entrepreneurship

Posted by on Oct 28, 2016 in Blog
How My Immigrant Family Shaped My Perspective On Entrepreneurship

It’s National Immigrant Day, and I can’t help but be proud to be a first generation American. I’m an immigrant, and so are my parents. This holiday got me thinking about the opportunities first generation entrepreneurs have that our parents didn’t have. It also got me thinking about powerful conversations I’ve had with my mother. […]

How To Leverage Twitter During #NOEW2016

Posted by on Mar 15, 2016 in Content Strategy, Social Media
How To Leverage Twitter During #NOEW2016

Let me first start by saying that if you are an entrepreneur, it is important for you to have a Twitter presence. It’s not necessarily just a way for people to tell you about what they had for breakfast. As startup founders, people often want to know about the people behind the companies they met […]

Yes We Code Chat 35: Getting Into A Tech Startup Accelerator

Posted by on Jan 29, 2016 in Blog

#YesWeCode Chat 35 Topic: An Inside Look At What It Takes To Get Into A Startup Accelerator 1/31/16 at 8pmCT Special Guest: Janel Alexander from Power Moves Nola So you’ve built your tech product, gotten it out there to customers and now you’re seeing some traction and your really want to scale and go big. […]