Kai Rader, creative director of Mondo Robot, will be on hand to explain what skills are needed to become a successful designer in tech. It’s not just about knowing how to use Adobe Creative Suite or Sketch – it’s also about the soft skills like communication, and managing up and down. And he’ll be able to explain how to improve on them and utilize them effectively.
His AMA will be held on October 10 at 12pm ET. Read below for his thoughts on how he defines success.
Tanya is a life and career coach with many years of experience as a recruiter. Her background spans across global organizations such as Google, Facebook, and Disney as well as small startups of 15+ people. As a recruiter, she has primarily focused within the technology industry on both west and east coast. Having experienced the epic battle of guilt and emotions that rise between career ambitions and motherhood, Tanya has found ways to harness the advantages of both. She has taken that knowledge and guided many people through major life changes in career, marriage, and children. Tanya’s ultimate passion is about helping people find harmony among their many roles personally and professionally.
Narbeh Mirzaei is a software engineer, entrepreneur and technologist with over a decade of experience in consumer startups, specifically in hospitality, e-commerce and travel industries. He is currently leading the payments tech team at HelloFresh.
His AMA will be held on Olmo on 10/1, 2pm ET. Read below for his thoughts on his career and advice he’d give to others starting out.
Jamie Esperance is a senior marketing manager at Common, which focuses on co-living spaces for people in high-demand cities. Having started out in recruiting, he pivoted towards marketing and is now managing growth marketing and strategy for his company, as well as consulting other startups.
His AMA will be held on Olmo on 9/25, 12pm and 7pm ET. Read below for his thoughts on his career and what he does day to day as a marketer.
Sarah Johnston, the Briefcase Coach, has helped everyone from C-suite executives to new graduates on taking the next step in their careers.
Her AMA will be held on Olmo on 9/23 at 12pm ET. Read below for her thoughts on the skills needed to do what she does as a coach.
Sherman Leung is a Healthcare and Enterprise Tech Investor at Alleycorp who has advised other CEOs on how to scale startups and helped mentor others wanting to get into the VC track. Coming from an engineering and product background, he had an unconventional route to becoming a VC and a medical student.
His AMA will be on Olmo on 9/16. 3:30pm ET. Read below to see what he thinks is the biggest misconception people have about being in venture capital.
Nicole is an enthusiastic career coach who supports, guides, and mentors those wishing to advance in or change their careers by balancing empathy with action to see results.
Her AMA will be on 9/10, 12pm ET on Olmo. Read below to see what is one piece of advice she wished she could have gotten when she started her career.
Lauren has 15 years of experience in the corporate space leading business development and technology platforms for monetization outcomes, including 6+ years at Facebook. She currently runs her own business called Soul Expressed where she works to provide the exact blueprints to productize, attract valuable customers, automate and scale their business without overwhelm.
Her AMA will be on Olmo on 8/28, 3pm ET. Read below for her thoughts on her career and advice she’d give to others starting out.
Warren Wan is a product leader with extensive experience at Under Armour, MyFitnessPal, eHarmony, Yahoo, and currently heads up Cleverest Labs, a product strategy consulting firm.
His AMA will be held on Olmo on 8/27, 12pm ET. Read below for his thoughts on his career and advice he’d give to others starting out.
Tae is COO of ResortPass, an online platform for access to resort and hotel amenities. He was previously founder/CEO of Traveo, COO of ZEFR, and held various leadership roles at Microsoft and 3M.
His AMA will be held on Olmo on 8/22, 1pm ET. Read below for his thoughts on his career and advice he’d give to others starting out.