Emma Gannon describes herself as multi-hyphenate, with lots of different projects in play at once. As a prolific writer and podcaster, she’s never supported the concept of hierarchy in the modern working world.
After creating a tutorial on closed captioning, Kelsey Brannan realized she also had a talent for sharing knowledge. In July 2016 she created Premiere Gal, an identity and channel on YouTube that encourages people from all backgrounds to harness their inner “shreditor” power.
While many people know that Facebook was conceived by Mark Zuckerberg in a dorm room and Bill Hewlett and Dave Packard started their company in a garage, but the stories of female entrepreneurs are not nearly as well known. With women starting 1,200 businesses a day, Erin Bagwell set out to change this with her documentary film Dream, Girl.
Roberto Blake grew up continuously creative and curious. At 13, his grandmother bought his family their first real computer and he fell in love with the idea that anything was accessible. That idea has stayed with him throughout his life and career.
Like many pros before him, Alexsander Andrade started young.
Babusi Nyoni does not identify as a web developer despite the repertoire of work he’s created using Dreamweaver CC which now lives on the web.