We’re launching our Women 2.0 City Meetup across the Bay May 1st. Join Us!
By Shaherose Charania (Founder & CEO, Women 2.0)
We’re already present across the pond in the UK, across the border in Mexico City, and across our other border in Vancouver; now, we’re gearing up for a shorter reach across the Bay Bridge to the eclectic city of Oakland!
Three years ago, our friends at Kapor Capital, a fund dedicated to funding minority founders and social impact technology companies told me, “we’re moving to Oakland!” We’ve been in touch ever since and are thrilled to be joining them at their home-base. Kapor Capital has been a long-time supporter of Women 2.0, sponsoring tickets to our conferences for low-income, minority technology founders, and for that we are grateful! We’re excited to work with Kapor Capital and our new friends at Pandora to support a diverse ecosystem of founders, tech workers and investors.
The launch will take place May 1st at the Pandora Offices, and if you can’t make it this time, don’t worry, this will be a regular occurrence on the first of every month! We could not be more thrilled to spread our presence to the equally — if not more — creative and diverse neighbor of San Francisco and Silicon Valley.
Women 2.0 Oakland City Meetup
May 1st, 2014 @ Pandora Offices, Oakland
Shaherose is currently the President and CEO of Women 2.0. At heart she is a mobile and telephony junkie. She’s led new consumer products at Ribbit (BT). Previously, she was Director of Product Management at Talenthouse and JAJAH (sold to Telefonica/O2). Follow her on Twitter at @shaherose.
About the author: Shaherose is a purpose-driven Product Marketing leader. She was previously, the CEO and Co-founder of Women 2.0. She began her career working at various startups in Silicon Valley in Product Management and Marketing at: Ribbit (British Telecom), Talenthouse and JAJAH (sold to Telefonica/O2). She is an active advisor to early stage technology startups through her pre-incubator, Founder Labs which she founded in 2010 and sits on the Board of Directors for Good World Solutions. Shaherose holds a B.A. in Business Admin from The University of Western Ontario’s Richard Ivey School of Business. Follow her on Twitter at @shaherose