Celeste Ford is a rocket scientist turned entrepreneur. She is the founder and CEO of Stellar Solutions that is headquartered in Silicon Valley. We sat down with Ford to find out how she got interested in science and math in school? What led her to study engineering? Why did she decide to become an entrepreneur… Continue Reading
Lois Vossen is executive producer at Independent Lens, PBS in San Francisco. This clip is a highlight of our upcoming 2-part interview with Vossen, who shares how she grew up in a farm in Minnesota and never dreamt that one day she would be living in San Francisco and working with filmmakers. Imagine her utter… Continue Reading
Linda Pouliot moved from New York to Silicon Valley to start a company, but did not know what kind of startup she wanted to create. That she did not have an engineering degree or a background in tech companies did not faze Pouliot. All she wanted to do is start a company in Silicon Valley… Continue Reading
Our 13-part TV series on Women in Science and Technology from Silicon Valley is currently airing on KCSM TV in San Francisco Bay Area. The series features scientists, entrepreneurs, engineers, rocket scientist and an astronomer, who share their journey and how they discovered their love for science and math. Thank you to Genentech for sponsoring 7 episodes from our… Continue Reading
Amy Guittard is a fifth generation member of the family and the first woman to work in Guittard Chocolate Co of San Francisco. This is a 150 year chocolate company that runs 24/7 and produces over 200 chocolate products.
The 59th San Francisco International Film Festival starts today and continues till May 5, 2016. We sat down to speak with Rachel Rosen, director of programming at San Francisco Film Society to find out about the highlights of this year’s festival. The opening night film today is director Whit Stillman’s sharply funny film LOVE & FRIENDSHIP with… Continue Reading