On June 7, 2017 I stepped down as CEO to hand the reigns over to Jason Zintak and stepped into a new role with 6sense as we take this company into the next stage of its growth (I am here to stay!). My 4 years building and growing the top performing predictive marketing company in ...
6sense CEO and Founder Amanda Kahlow shares her 10 ingredients for success on the stage.
This started my day on a good note – research by First Round Capital found that companies with female founders performed 63% better than all male teams. Yet, from 2011 to 2013, only 15% of companies receiving VC investments had a woman on the executive team.
What does living beautifully mean to you? Living with an open heart, listening and seeking to understand others before self. Showing up physically, mentally and spiritually every day. To be my best self, inside and out.
Introducing the Boardlist – a topic near and dear to my heart, this project is a great start at making a difference and closing the gender gap in tech. One step is to make a conscious effort to fill empty board seats with women.
Meryl Streep gives back to society tirelessly, including the donation of her time for the feature film GirlRising (a project near and dear to my heart). She’s strong, confident, kind and peaceful. With no tolerance for negativity in her life.
Someone recently asked me… What’s your biggest prediction for 2015 (and beyond)? It’s simple. I want to see more women leadership — something I spoke about during the “Future of Predictive Analytics Panel” at Dreamforce 2014. Notice anything? Yes, I’m the only woman on the panel. It’s time to change that.
Trying to do my part to encourage and inspire our next generation of women leaders in tech… spoke at Harvard Undergraduate Women in Business Intercollegiate Convention. Here are a few pictures from the event.
Last week we hosted Women Who Code for their data science study group. It was all about women inspiring women... I'm encouraged by the courage and drive of these women to jump in, head first! Here are a few pictures from the event.
After reading this New Yorker piece, “Lean Out: The Dangers for Women Who Negotiate,” I wanted to share my current thinking on this topic. Negotiation is not something that you are born knowing how to do. You learn the art and then you must practice it. For many people, and often many women, they don’t do ...