NASA Datanaut | CLIPr | RSA Fellow | Entrepreneur Magazine's 50 Most Daring Entrepreneurs in 2018
I am a female founder, serial entrepreneur, venture strategist, creative solutions leader, and cultural ambassador of the arts and sciences. I am an advisor and board member on startup and innovation teams, a strategic investment partner, a global thought leader, and speaker.
As a data evaluator, my areas of subject matter expertise include frontier technologies with data, AI, machine learning, geospatial satellite technology, clean energy, and planetary defense focus areas. In 2020, I co-founded a company called CLIPr that is building a video analysis and management (VAM) platform using AI and machine learning to help users quickly identify key moments within video content and a personal virtual library with the video recaps of your meetings, classes, and events so you have more time for things that matter most to you.
Space is where I play! I am also a NASA Datanaut, an open data innovation program to promote data science and diversity operating within the NASA CIO office and an Ambassador of NASA’s International SpaceApps Challenge, the largest hackathon on the planet. I’m a RSA (Royal Society for the Encouragement of the Arts, Manufactures, and Commerce) Fellow and a Visiting Professor at FH Salzburg University of Applied Sciences. I am honored to be named as one of Entrepreneur Magazine’s “50 Most Daring Entrepreneurs in 2018.”
I was a Co-Founder of Women on the Block, the former program curator of the Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning track for the DIGILITY Conference and Expo and a member of the TEDxCERN 2018 & 2016 social media teams.
I am passionate about frontier technologies, social impact, public-private sector partnerships and building great companies. I achieve this by defining strategy, identifying gaps and trends, building executive teams, case studies, industry reports, and workshops to scale multidisciplinary ecosystems that seek exponential growth, revenue generation and sustainability. Execution is key. Gender parity and diversity are significant factors for consideration.