Women Tech CEOs From Kosovo to California Talk Business, Share Personal Experiences as Leaders
May 11, 2017 – Pasadena Now – An animated crowd gathered in the lofty presentation room at the famed tech incubator IdeaLab Wednesday afternoon to hear personal stories and take-aways from two women CEO’s who head their own companies, one in Kosovo and one in Pasadena, and about how a global mentorship program provided new insight towards empowering leading women in tech.
Gladys Kong, CEO of Pasadena-based UberMedia, took up and coming Kosovian tech leader Hana Qerimi, who founded startup Shkolla Digjitale (Digital School) in Kosovo, under her wing for two weeks, serving as a mentor to help bridge a growing global network of women tech entrepreneurs.
“For me, to meet another entrepreneur from the other side of the world who is also running a tech business is very exciting and also very inspirational,” said Kong.
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