We believe that we can't hire, promote or be what we can't see. #movethedial Stories is about sharing the authentic experiences, challenges and triumphs of women in all levels of the tech and innovation ecosystem.
A self-described “connector,” Erica Keswin is forcing us to rethink our human and digital relationships. After all, in an era where we’re more likely to send a text or email to engage at work, the digital world is only making us more disconnected.
We connected with Carly Shuler, Hoot Reading Co-Founder and CEO, to learn about the Hoot Reading journey – and for some education and insights on technology and the next generation.
A #movethedial moment is a point in your life when someone decides to Go Out of Their Way to help someone else. Every successful individual has a village of supporters who have moved the dial for them in some way. These women share their own #movethedial moments and their resulting positive impact.
These women share their thoughts on the power of Going Out of Your Way for others, and the profound impact it has — especially women —- and the positive impact it makes on the community as a whole.
What does it mean to #movethedial? These women share their thoughts on the importance of community and supporting one another.
Patricia Karpas, Co-Founder & Head of Content, Meditation Studio app shares with Amber Mac the reason behind creating the platform and the importance of taking time out for self-care. Patricia also tells how she tries to #movethedial everyday while building her startup.
“We have a basic responsibility — a human responsibility — to reach out actively to others. To give of our time, our energy, our money, our spirit in a statement to do whatever I can do.”
Jodi Kovitz, Founder & CEO of #movethedial, speaks at JEDx 2018, hosted by The House Toronto. In this video, she shares her belief of Tikun Olam -- or repairing the world through action -- and how a shocking wake-up call spurred her to embrace activism and eventually start the #movethedial movement.