The Challenges of a Black Female IT Business Owner
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Melissa Daley is a Systems Engineer and the founder of Orca Intelligence, an IT consulting and product design firm based in Maryland. Melissa has helped companies like Accenture and Booz Allen Hamilton deliver best-of-breed products to the market. The Jamaican-American is also the creator of Swiftly, a software that automates the product requirements documentation process. As a female business owner in tech, Melissa has had her share of challenges in this male-dominated field. In this episode, she shares why she stopped seeking validation and believed in her skills. Listen and share with aspiring tech entrepreneurs.
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