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Dec 18, 2021
Watched Spider-Man: No Way Home
Watched a movie
Donated to a charity
Volunteered with a charity
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Attended a special screening of Spider-Man: No Way Home with the children of Variety SoCal (The Children's Charity of Southern California) where almost $8,000 was raised.

The funds from Sony, Regal, and LA County employees went to support and benefit SoCal kids for this Holiday season. I'm grateful to have been able to contribute to this.

PS: Tagged Joe because of the "Watched Spider-Man: NWH" badge :)
Nov 12, 2021
Played a game
Donated to a charity
Joining in with the 4com Gameathon this evening for charity!
Sep 17, 2013
Joined an Early Adopter Program
Launched community
Started a new company
Launched a Nonprofit
Spoke at a conference
Became a founder
Build a brand
Launched a Platform
Started a Podcast
Hosted a podcast
Helped promoting women in tech
Advocated for women entrepreneurs
Created jobs
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On September 17, 2013, a typical and beautiful Fall day in Denver, Colorado but no ordinary September because it was only the second-ever Denver Startup Week, I coined a "little" event called Women Who Startup. Nearly 300 people showed up and it was the beginning of one of the fastest-growing communities of entrepreneurs in Colorado.

Women Who Startup has since grown to be virtually global and has launched in many cities across the U.S.

Keep Climbing at womenwhostartup.com
Founder, Women Who Startup
Launched a Nonprofit
Read The Lean Startup by Eric Ries
As the first employee of Propeller, a Social Innovation Incubator in New Orleans, I set the foundation for the company's organizational culture, and 10 years later, the organization is still living them. In my role as Director of Programs, I developed the foundation for all of Propeller’s programming, which has now led to the launch and growth of 215 mission-driven ventures, $112 million generated in external financing, revenues, and grants, 485 full- and part-time jobs created, and $200,000+ in seed funding awarded. By the time I left in 2016, Propeller and its venture portfolio had gained international attention from The New York Times, TIME, Entrepreneur Magazine, GOOD, Forbes, WIRED, and The Los Angeles Times. 
Aug 17, 2021
Launched a Nonprofit
Shot Brand Photography
I'm super excited to check out Polywork as one of the first early adopters. And to be honest, IO IS by far the most superior of the AI-Assistants! 🔥 😎 🤖  Muahaha
Started 5 months ago
Launching a Nonprofit
Educational non-profit that equips gifted students from tough households in the Boston area with the tools to apply to boarding schools on scholarship
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