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Episode: Ashley Nelson-Hornstein

Ashley Nelson-Hornstein is an iOS developer at Dropbox. She fell in love with the iOS platform at Apple, and later developed a passion for crafting intuitive user interfaces as a lead at a news startup named Circa. Since joining Dropbox, Ashley has worked to make the app more accessible and also implemented state restoration. She… Keep Reading

Episode: Frederick Hutson

Frederick Hutson is the CEO of Pigeonly, a technology company that builds solutions driven products for those who need it most, underserved communities. A born entrepreneur, he launched and sold his first business at the age of 19. His desire to attain the American dream on his terms took him down the wrong path and… Keep Reading

Episode: Aston Motes

Aston Motes was employee #1 at the unicorn startup, Dropbox. He earned his B.S. in Computer Science from MIT, and he’s a drummer for They Fight Bears. In this episode, we talk a lot about his upbringing and what drew him to software engineering, Black music, and competition. Keep Reading

Episode: Grant Oladipo

Grant is the mobile lead at Medium, the online publishing and distribution platform founder by former Twitter CEO and co-founder Evan Williams. Much like a few of my other guests, he’s a computer science major from MIT. We discuss his favorite music, his responsibilities at the fast-growing Medium, and the unglamorous startup life. Keep Reading

Episode: Baratunde Thurston

From Baratunde.com: Baratunde Thurston is a supervising producer at The Daily Show with Trevor Noah on Comedy Central. There, he oversees digital expansion and contributes to the overall comedy goodness of that American treasure. A New York Times best-selling author, activist, comedian, and entrepreneur, Baratunde has an uncanny ability to crack the shell of any… Keep Reading

Episode: Kathryn Finney

In 2013, Kathryn received the Champion of Change Award from the White House for her work increasing inclusion in the tech industry. She’s also received the New York Business Journal’s Women of Influence Award, SXSW Black Innovator Award, The Grio 100 and Ebony Power 100 List of the Most Influential African Americans, and the Black… Keep Reading

Episode: Paul Judge

This was an incredible interview for me as I got a chance to talk in-depth with one of my heroes in technology, Paul Judge, Ph.D. Paul lives in Atlanta, a city I love and lived in for two years while I was following interests in the music business, and he is the ultimate tech entrepreneur,… Keep Reading

Episode: Semil Shah

Semil is an investor and writer based out of Silicon Valley. He created and invests out of a fund called Haystack, which is an early investor in over 70 companies, including Instacart, DoorDash, Hired, and Managed By Q. Semil is also venture advisor to GGV Capital, and serves on the Advisory Boards of StrictlyVC and… Keep Reading

Episode: Kymberly Bryant

Kimberly Bryant is founder and CEO at BlackGirlsCode. She was a professional biotechnology engineer before founding the program and has been recognized by Oprah Winfrey and Toyota for her work during Oprah’s The Life You Want tour. She’s been commended by the White House as a tech champion, and has been profiled by Forbes, MademeNoire,… Keep Reading

Episode: Maryanna Quigless

Maryanna Quigless is founder at TiltFit. On part three of this episode, Maryanna and discuss how she found her way into entrepreneurship after studying for her MBA at Stanford, and how to find a network in Silicon Valley. She is founder and CEO at Tiltfit which helps people get fit without paying gym fees, and… Keep Reading

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