Panel: Success, Failure & Being a Mom #TIECon

Moderator: Suzanne Saunders Shaw, NBC; Speakers: Catherine Lego, Lego Ventures; Kindra Tatarsky, VP Astia Silicon Valley; Mona DeFrawi, CEO Equidity; Radha Ramaswami Basu, Founder Anudip Foundation; Raji Arasu, VP Technology ebay Marketplace

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I wanted to thank & applaud Roopali Rajvanshy, Founder nirvata for organizing the Women’s Forum @TIE Conference.  It was fabulous & such inspiring women talking about their passions & their failures & successes.  The room was packed out & I wish that more conferences would host a women’s panel like this to encourage & vitalize the female entrepreneurial community.

Moderator: Suzanne Saunders Shaw, NBC; Speakers: Catherine Lego, Lego Ventures; Kindra Tatarsky, VP Astia Silicon Valley; Mona DeFrawi, CEO Equidity; Radha Ramaswami Basu, Founder Anudip Foundation; Raji Arasu, VP Technology ebay Marketplace

 

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sdJGJ9x2MEo[/youtube]

and Part II where the speakers talk about Failure & Being a Mom

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aQBPWZPL5sE[/youtube]

Thanks to Alexander Blu for music ‘Concert’

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