Women Entrepreneurship Week 2021 – WSU – Julian Guthrie, founder of Alphy
About the event
To celebrate Women Entrepreneurship Week, The Center for Entrepreneurship is hosting Julian Guthrie, founder of Alphy. Learn about being a founder, raising money, and launching a company from idea to product.
The WSU Center for Entrepreneurship invites you to join us to celebrate Women Entrepreneurship Week. Hear from Julian Guthrie, founder of ALPHY about her entrepreneurial journey. The online program begins at 5:00 pm with plenty of time for questions.
About Julian Guthrie
Julian Guthrie is the founder & CEO of a new tech platform, Alphy, to advance women. https://www.alphyco.com/ Her background is in journalism and storytelling. She spent 20+ years as a journalist at the San Francisco Chronicle. She is the author of five nonfiction books, including Alpha Girls, which was about the Hidden Figures of Tech – a group of trailblazing women who helped fund and build some of the world’s most important companies. The book is being adapted for a television series by Academy Award-winning producer Cathy Schulman.
Alphy is about maximizing human potential and corporate growth. They offer companies a better way to recruit, retain, and advance women and allies in the workplace. They offer colleges direct and exclusive access to connections, career paths, and growth opportunities for students and faculty. Alphy is here to help women – no matter where they are in their personal or professional journey – find, define, and deepen meaning in their lives. By providing abundant learning, news, networking, AI tools and job opportunities all in one beautiful platform, Alphy empowers women and allies to advance themselves while advancing the causes they care about.
The WSU Center for Entrepreneurship provides a resource epicenter for students of all majors to learn, collaborate, create, and launch ventures. You can find out more and view the event schedule at firstname.lastname@example.org.