Welcome to the Adopt Tech Elephant in the Room Podcast, where we explore innovative technologies and the people behind them. In this episode, we are joined by Hui Wu-Curtis, who, along with business partner Ron Petrie created SupportU, a woman, minority-owned company founded on the principle of doing the right thing for every customer.
In this episode, we sit down with Dasha Tyshlek, Director of Business Development at Micro-Ant, LLC, to discuss the excellence of microwave antenna design and the power of entrepreneurship.
After witnessing the confusion that ensued after new technology systems were integrated into offices in the 90s, Lisa L. Levy saw an opportunity to establish effective processes that support employees and businesses grappling with evolving technology.
A native of Germany, now living in Arizona, Eva Kuehnert’s career path in technology has led her to work with women seeking a career in tech and those already in the field. She has been a product manager for over 15 years, starting at Google, and is now the new Head of Product @BrightFi and a Certified Integral Coach.
Tammy Mcleod is CEO of Arizona’s Flinn Foundation, a ($300M) privately endowed nonprofit foundation dedicated to advancing biosciences, civic leadership, higher education, and the arts. As CEO, she oversees the bioscience strategic roadmap for the state of Arizona.
The age-old adage, “The world is owned by those who show up.” could not be more accurate to describe the guest on today’s show. You’ll hear the story of a child of immigrants who maximized her opportunity by creating opportunities for others.
Shideh Doerr wears many hats including that of a wife, mother to three, strategist, matchmaker, business owner, and entrepreneur. A first-generation Persian American, she has spent her 25-year career serving others and bringing an entrepreneurial spirit to the healthcare industry.
1.1 billion people began this millennium hungry. This is the unsettling fact that started two brothers on a journey. What began as a college thesis is emerging to be one of the most groundbreaking technologies to impact farming, and global food production since the invention of the tractor.
Dr. Timiebi Aganaba has a fascinating resume and an inspiring story that has brought her to where her life is today. She is an assistant professor in the School for the Future of Innovation in Society with a courtesy appointment at the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University.