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Prior to becoming an entrepreneur, Beto worked with the US Senate foreign relations committee in social media engagement where he developed an interest in understanding the role technology plays in enabling citizens to interact with their government officials. This interest grew as he went on to work in the White House as well as in his role as pub…
 
0:21 - We begin by discussing Martha’s work before her entrepreneurial pursuits. Having worked for both for and not for profit companies in sales, corporate training, and talent management and acquisition, Martha believes that her diverse array of previous experiences prepared her significantly for the road ahead. This is also where she perfected h…
 
Izzy began her professional career working in health care, but through an odd twist of fate found herself becoming more and more involved in real estate. When she could no longer ignore the larger problems faced by the landlords and tenants she came in contact with, Izzy took a big leap and left her full time day job. With help from personal mentor…
 
As a lifelong innovator, coming up with ideas for products has always been second nature to him. However, Tom knew little about taking those inventions to market and actually selling them. Through the process of becoming an entrepreneur, Tom taught himself how to create a business from the ground up. After years of trial and error, Tom landed himse…
 
Mabel and Alejandra Aguirre are sisters and the co-founders of Cadena Collective, an ecommerce platform that empowers women of color to sell their artisanal products ranging from jewelry to clothing and even food and beverage. After spending ten years in the US Air Force, Mabel was looking for a way to help improve the lives of others, especially p…
 
Originally, Komal wanted to be a Bollywood actress. But, she decided to go with a more realistic career option: solving world hunger. While a student at UC Berkeley, Komal got involved in food recovery and began to understand the real problems behind people going hungry. After graduating with honors, Komal set off on a career path that led her to a…
 
To date we have had a number of innovative and inspiring Millennial entrepreneurs on our show, so we thought it made sense to take a brief pause from our typical long-form interview to bring you some of the top highlights from previous guests. Today, we are going to hear from four entrepreneurs from different industries who weigh in on how to deter…
 
00:42 - Reyna starts our conversation by detailing her move from Tijuana, Mexico to the United States at just ten years old. She explains how she suddenly saw herself between two worlds that were so different but similar at the same time. While it seemed everything she knew and loved was gone and her voice had been taken away, she found a different…
 
A former undocumented immigrant herself, Lorena immigrated to the United States from Mexico when she was nine years old and quickly discovered the barriers that existed within the American educational system for undocumented individuals. After graduating from the University of Texas, Lorena spent several years working alongside K-12 educators with …
 
Even before graduating from the University of California in 2013, Daniel already knew he wanted to avoid a nine-to-five job if possible. After working briefly for Cisco he went on to start his own music production company which led him to producing a wide variety of music and garnering millions of listens. However, Daniel recognized that relying on…
 
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