Workplace culture is key to a thriving and successful organization. Join a panel of esteemed industry leaders to learn how to create and foster an innovative company culture.
Carolina Pina is the Director of Babson College’s Women Innovating Now (WIN) Lab in Miami. Prior to joining WIN Lab she was Director of Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management Miami Campus. In 2015 she founded Ignitus, a consulting practice that helps organizations implement social impact initiatives. Her most recent accomplishment was leading the RiseUp AS ONE concert in San Diego, California for Fusion Media Group. Carolina holds a bachelor’s in Industrial and Systems Engineering from Florida International University, an MBA from Rice University’s Jesse H. Jones Graduate School of Management and an Executive Scholars in Leadership & Management from Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management.
Stefanie Genauer, the Chief Revenue Officer at Kairos, leads monetization efforts—managing sales, partnerships, reseller relationships, and creating growth by leading an orchestrated approach to revenue generation. Stefanie began her career as a Client Service Manager at New York City based ad-tech startup Quattro Wireless. After Quattro Wireless was acquired by Apple Inc. in 2009—a new division of the company devoted exclusively to mobile advertising was established, where in Stefanie helped to build out the business and become one of Apple’s youngest managers. During her nearly seven years with Apple, she assisted in the launch of their first self-service ad platform, participated in the monetization of Apple’s first music streaming service, iTunes Radio, and the launch of a mid market advertising sales team— winning several awards for her revenue achievements. Stefanie graduated Magna Cum Laude, with a BS in Telecommunications and a minor in Business from the University of Florida. Currently, she holds an Executive Committee position with the United Way Young Leaders. However, Stefanie considers her greatest achievement to be her trek to the basecamp of Mount Everest.
Rebekah Monson is the cofounder and VP of Product of WhereBy.Us, a local media startup that connects people to their cities through storytelling and experiences. Its first publication, The New Tropic, produces an email newsletter, original journalism and events in Miami that reached more than half a million curious locals in 2015. WhereBy.Us achieved profitability in its first year of operation. The company launched The Evergrey in Seattle in October and will scale to new markets in 2017.
Before starting WhereBy.Us, Rebekah worked in many newsroom jobs, including reporter, editor, and design director. She also ran communications at the University of Miami School of Communication, where she pursued an M.F.A. in Interactive Media before leaving to start WhereBy.Us. Rebekah also cofounded Code for Miami, a Code for America brigade of volunteers working to transform civic technology in Miami-Dade County, and Hacks/Hackers Miami, a local chapter of an international grassroots organization of journalists, designers and developers who are reinventing media.
APR 04, 2017 @ 6:00 PM - APR 04, 2017 @ 8:00 PM
The LAB Miami
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