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So You Want to “Follow your Dreams”?
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So You Want to “Follow your Dreams”?

When someone tells you to follow your dreams, don’t listen. This sh!t is HARD! Even with your above average technical expertise and utmost passion, it’s the most difficult journey you’ll ever embark on. There’s rejection at every corner, and the inevitable shift from money-focused to goal-oriented. That means, your reward isn’t […]

Meet Su Sanni, the College Athlete Turned Tech CEO/Entrepreneur
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Meet Su Sanni, the College Athlete Turned Tech CEO/Entrepreneur

Name:  Su Sanni Occupation: CEO & Co-founder of WeDidIt (http://wedid.it) Education: BA Psychology, MS Business Management at Boston College Country of Origin: United States/Nigeria Neighborhood: East NY City/State: Brooklyn, NY Number of years in the U.S.: 29 I am a first generation Nigerian American. I was born in Brooklyn, New […]

My Own Fingerprint Inc CEO, Erika DiPalma
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Meet Erika DiPalma, the Crime Scene Investigator Turned Entrepreneur/CEO

Name: Erika Di Palma Occupation: Crime Scene Investigator and CEO of My Own Fingerprint, Inc. (www.myownfingerprint.com) Education: Bachelor of Arts in Criminology and Anthropology from the University of Miami; Master of Forensic Science with a concentration in Crime Scene Investigation from the George Washington University Country of Origin: Born in […]

Partnerships

Vienna Nairobi, LLC

Vienna Nairobi is the parent company to “The Invisible Neighbors” project. A for-purpose and outcomes-driven consulting firm, Vienna Nairobi, is centered on the delivery of public health services in the areas of Epidemiology & Biostatistics, Women’s Health, Global Health, and Health Disparities. Vienna Nairobi’s Mission  “In the past few years, I have been inspired and compelled to align my values with my vocation, understanding […]

My Call to Service
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My Call to Service

In the past few years, I have been inspired and compelled to align my values with my vocation. In my studies and research I have learned a few truths: poor health outcomes that plague low-income communities are the result of structural inequalities and that my talents and passion for Public […]