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Magdalena Yesil on How Women Can Win in Tech and the New Economy

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Magdalena Yesil is the author of "Power Up: How Smart Women Win in the New Economy."  (Photo: Courtesy of Magdalena Yesil)

During her three decades as an entrepreneur and investor, Magdalena Yesil has often been the only woman in the room. Her book, “Power Up: How Smart Women Win in the New Economy,” shares what she’s learned throughout her career and offers practical advice for women facing similar situations. Yesil, the first investor and a founding board member of Salesforce, joins us to take your questions and share her thoughts on why “the technology industry can be and should be a debate society.”

Magdalena Yesil, entrepreneur, venture capitalist; founder, DriveInformed; author, “Power Up: How Smart Women Win in the New Economy”


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