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Episode: Tyler Scriven

Tyler Scriven is the managing director at Techsters Atlanta, where he helps find and prep startups for the big stage. Prior to joining Techsters, he was an executive at Palantir, serving as Chief of Staff and Head of Operations – helping grow the firm from 100 to nearly 2000 employees. In 2014, he was featured… Keep Reading

Episode: Dave Salvant

Dave Salvant is co-founder at Squire, and app that enhances the barbershop experience for both customers and barbers – allowing customers to book and pay for their cuts at the push of a button. I originally met Dave when we were shooting an episode for Puff Daddy’s REVOLT TV channel in New York. I found… Keep Reading

Episode: Rodney Williams

Rodney Williams is the co-founder and CEO at LISNR, which is a startup working on communication technology that sends data over audio – think Bluetooth on steroids. He previously worked as a brand manager at Proctor and Gamble, and spent time at Lockheed Martin. Rodney is a TechStars alum, Adage 40 under 40, Jet Magazine… Keep Reading

Episode: DIVINE

DIVINE is Founder and CEO at BLAK Group, creator of BLAK Card via BLAK Fintech, and “The Official Andreesen Horowitz Rapper”, certified by super venture capitalist, Ben Horowitz. His fintech (Financial Technology) startup aims to help minorities who’ve been shut out of the financial system. Keep Reading

Episode: Alexia Clincy

Alexia Clincy is a research-oriented social media consultant and trainer now based in Los Angeles. As founder and executive director of Capitalize Social, she’s designed successful social media strategies for clients in a variety of fields, including motion pictures, best-selling authors, government, and publishing. Keep Reading

Episode: William Crowder

William Crowder is a venture capitalist at Comcast and DreamIt Ventures. At Comcast, he leads the Catalyst Fund which is focused on investing in startups with diverse founding teams. He previously served as Director of Strategy and Business Development at AOL. We discuss diversity, what he looks for in startups, and building tech outside the norms. Keep Reading

Episode: Kyle Bailey

Kyle Bailey, from Detroit Michigan, is an engineer at Uber where he’s deeply involved in diversity efforts and outreach to HBCUs. Before Uber, he spent time engineering at VMware and was co-founder of his own startup. He graduated with his CS degree from Michigan State, and is currently pursing his MBA at Wharton. Keep Reading

Episode: Ruben Harris

Ruben Harris began his professional career in Atlanta working in finance, and now works in partnerships & leads at Honor, an Andreesen Horowitz funded Bay Area startup modernizing non-medical home care for seniors. He also serves as an advisor to AltSchool, which is working to reimagine education. He’s an accomplished cellist, playing for more than… Keep Reading

Episode: Ryan L. Smith

Ryan Smith is Director at Magic Johnson Enterprises where he helps the superstar basketball player and business phenomenon decide on investment opportunities. He’s a Howard and Stanford GSB grad, previously spending time on Wall Street. Ryan is the prototype of Black Excellence. Keep Reading

Episode: Rodney Sampson

Rodney Sampson is the Chief of Diversity + Inclusion Initiatives at TechSquare Labs in Atlanta. TechSquare is an incubator, seed fund, and co-working space in the heart of Atlanta’s prominent Technology Square – an area near Georgia Tech where more engineers graduate than MIT and Stanford combined. He’s an MBA, entrepreneur with 2 exits, an… Keep Reading

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