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Sam and Jenny are two millennial engineers obsessed with tech. After spending their undergrad years at Columbia and Harvard respectively, learning the ins and outs of computer science - they’re ready to continue their studies in the so called “real-world.” In each episode, the pair uncovers the stories and secrets of techsetters everywhere; hearing guests’ career defining moments, and unconventional paths in the world of STEAM. Techsetters is produced by Kode With Klossy and made possible by ...
 
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On this week’s episode we were joined by Megan Smith and Susan Alzner, co-founders of Shift7, where they are bringing together problem solvers and innovators to solve systemic problems through transparency, interdisciplinary collaboration, and leveraging technology. Before teaming up to build Shift7, Megan Smith served as the third Chief Technology…
 
Bridgit Mendler is my kind of girl – equal parts artist and tech guru. She has enjoyed a successful career as an actress, with credits on the Disney Channel and other movies, as well as a singer-songwriter. But it’s her love of javascript and work as a computer scientist that brings her here today. In this episode, we learn about Bridgit’s research…
 
In this episode, Samantha and Jenny speak to Padmasree Warrior, a woman who has held so many legendary CTO and CEO roles, we don’t even know where to begin. She’s led teams in hardware, electric cars, and now, at her own company Fable, where she’s building curated editorial content in the mental wellbeing space. Padma’s story is full of really impo…
 
Today, Samantha and Jenny are talking to Claire Hughes Johnson. Claire is the COO of Stripe. Even if you’ve never heard of Stripe, you’ve definitely used it before. They’re the company that businesses use to send and receive payments, whether you’re Lyft, Instacart, Blue Bottle... You name it. Prior to Stripe, Claire worked at Google, leading vario…
 
In this episode, Samantha and Jenny speak to Debra Sterling. Debbie is the founder and CEO of GoldieBlox, a toy company that uses storytelling and games to inspire more young girls to pursue a life in STEM. She’s since been rewarded as a Time Magazine ‘Person of the Moment,’ and a Forbes 40 Under 40. Debbie is also an If / Then Ambassador and as yo…
 
In today’s episode, Samantha and Jenny are speaking to Alexandra Zatarain. Alexandra’s work is all about sleep. She’s the Co-founder and VP of Brand and Marketing at Eight Sleep, the world’s very first sleep fitness company. She works with her team to use the most advanced technology for all their products that help people sleep a little bit better…
 
For our season two premiere, Sam and Jenny landed someone extra special. If you don’t know her, Fig is our favorite type of multi-hyphenate. She was the first woman of color to represent Ireland in the international Miss Universe Pageant. As if that wasn’t enough, she’s also a NASA Datanaut, working alongside the agency’s Open Innovation Program to…
 
Techsetters is back! This season, hosts Sam and Jenny continue their mission to uncover the stories and secrets of techsetters everywhere; asking guests’ about their career defining moments and unconventional paths in the world of STEAM. Season two shares 15 new stories from women around the world. Consider this your permanent invitation to your se…
 
Alan's guest for the final episode of series one of 'How to Change the World', is former Presidential candidate and former Republican Congressman, Joe Walsh. He was a lifelong Republican until Trump (who he describes as a facist) took over the party, and is now politically homeless. He has A LOT to say about the former President, as well as the new…
 
Alan's guest this week is the brilliant Dr Rangan Chatterjee, a man of many talents. He's a practising physician, as well as an author, television presenter and podcaster. Dr Rangan tells Alan about his new book 'Lose Weight, Feel Great', and how sleep and relaxation are just as important as diet in terms of getting healthy.…
 
The higlights of this year's 'How to Change the World' with Alan Johnson. Clips in order: - Andrew Neil - Suzanne Moore - Stewart Lee - Rory Stewart - Gloria De Piero - Phillipa Perry - Stewart Lee - Rory Stewart - Andrew Neil - Suzanne Moore - Rory Stewart - Gloria De Piero - Bryony Gordon - Jenny Kleeman - Phillipa Perry - Stewart Lee - Bryony Go…
 
Joining Alan this week, is former Guardian journalist and Orwell Prize winner, Suzanne Moore. She talks to Alan about why she left the Guardian after 30 years, how she began her career as a Marxist from a working class Tory upbringing, and the current state of feminism.על ידי 11-29 Media
 
Alan's guest this week is a titan of broadcasting and journalism, it's former Sunday Times editor and chairman of the television news channel GB News, Andrew Neil. Sit back as Andrew tells Alan about his experiences of working with Boris Johnson, and his thoughts on Martin Bashir...על ידי 11-29 Media
 
Alan's guest this week is the psychotherapist and best-selling author of 'The Book You Wish Your Parents Had Read: (And Your Children Will Be Glad That You Did)', Philippa Perry. The two chat about Philippa's book and her incredible career, which includes a stint as both a McDonalds employee and a private detective!…
 
On this week's episode, Alan Johnson has a chat with journalist, presenter and author of the brilliantly named, 'Sex Robots & Vegan Meat: Adventures at the Frontier of Birth, Food, Sex & Death', Jenny Kleeman. As well as being a Times Radio presenter, Jenny's also appeared on arguably the biggest podcast in the world, 'The Joe Rogan Experience'. En…
 
This week on 'How to Change the World', Alan Johnson has an honest and emotional chat with journalist and best-selling author, Bryony Gordon. Bryony talks candidly about her struggles with addiction to drugs and alcohol, and explains why the UK's current government isn't taking the mental health crisis in the country seriously enough.…
 
Alan sits down with comedian Stewart Lee, a man The Times called in 2018 'the best standup working today'! They chat about how COVID-19 stopped Stewart's latest tour and how he'll tackle comedy once it's back to some sort of normality, as well as how the pair both shared the same stage decades apart! Alan and Stewart have met on a few occasions bef…
 
Alan's guest is journalist and Times Radio broadcaster Gloria De Piero who chats to Alan about growing up and her time as a Labour MP. Listen to find out about Gloria's struggles in getting into parilament, the in-fighting within the Labour party and why she feels lucky to be doing what she's doing now. https://www.11-29media.com/how-to-change-the-…
 
On the very first episode of 'How to Change the World', Alan Johnson welcomes on a man who used to sit opposite him in the House of Commons as a Tory MP, Rory Stewart. But Rory's much more than that - he's an author, an explorer and is currently a lecturer at Yale University. Find out about Rory's near death experience when trecking across Afghanis…
 
On our season one finale of Techsetters, Sam and Jenny interview Soraya Darabi. Featured by FastCompany as one of their “Most Creative People in Business”, Soraya is a cornerstone of the New York City startup scene. Responsible for helping the NYTimes adopt social media, Soraya is a 2-time entrepreneur, and has been named both a Mentor of the year …
 
If you’re listening to today’s episode of Techsetters, you can thank Peter Boyce! Peter introduced Jenny and Sam when they were both in college and the rest is history. He is a Partner at General Catalyst and the founder of Rough Draft Ventures, a Harvard based organization with a student team building and empowering the largest network of student …
 
On this episode of Techsetters, co-hosts Samantha Wiener and Jenny Wang interview AAAS / If / Then Ambassador and STEM From Dance Founder, Yamilee Beach.Yamilée has personally experienced the extraordinary benefits of a STEM education and dance. After studying mechanical engineering at MIT and being an avid dancer for 21 years, she switched gears t…
 
On this episode of Techsetters, co-hosts Samantha Wiener and Jenny Wang interview Brenda Darden Wilkerson. Brenda is a pioneering thought leader working on the urgent need for intersectional equity in technology. She leads AnitaB.org as the CEO and President, working as an unwavering advocate for access, opportunity, and social justice for underrep…
 
On this episode of Techsetters, co-hosts Samantha Wiener and Jenny Wang interview Camille Fournier. Camille, currently managing director at Two Sigma, a hedge fund, shares thoughtful advice on leadership on engineering culture, how tech transforms industries and the importance of understanding data. Before joining Two Sigma, Camille was CTO at Rent…
 
On this episode of Techsetters, co-hosts Samantha Wiener and Jenny Wang interview Dr. Deborah Berebichez, PhD. Debbie is the first Mexican woman to graduate from Stanford University with a PhD in Physics, and she uses her education and background to make science approachable to a wide range of audiences. Debbie co-hosts Discovery Channel’s Outrageo…
 
On this episode of Techsetters, co-hosts Samantha Wiener and Jenny Wang interview serial entrepreneur, Carol Reiley. Nicknamed "The Mother of Robots," Carol has brought artificial intelligence and robotics into the mainstream. Currently the CEO of her fourth startup (her previous one drive.ai sold to Apple), Carol shares her vision for the future o…
 
On this episode of Techsetters, co-hosts Samantha Wiener and Jenny Wang interview Brooklinen Co-Founder and CCO, Vicki Fulop. After sleeping on a luxurious, but very expensive set of sheets while on vacation, Vicki and her husband, Rich, sought to fill a gap they saw in the marketplace and Brooklinen was born! With Brooklinen now valued at over $10…
 
On this episode of Techsetters, co-hosts Samantha Wiener and Jenny Wang interview NASA Astronaut, MIT Graduate and former resident of the International Space Station, Dr. Cady Coleman. On today's episode, Dr. Coleman shares how Dr. Sally Ride inspired her to pursue a career as an astronaut, the high stakes of catching your food supply in space with…
 
On this episode of Techsetters, co-hosts Samantha Wiener and Jenny Wang interview Third Love Co-Founder and Co-CEO, Heidi Zak. After founding Third Love in 2013 with the mission of building a better bra, Heidi has been named among Fortune's 40 Under 40. On today's episode, Heidi discusses using data to create a better product, the importance of fos…
 
On this episode of Techsetters, co-hosts Samantha Wiener and Jenny Wang interview Carbon's Chief Marketing Officer, Dara Treseder. In 2020, Dara was elected as a Board of Director to PG&E, and named to Business Insider’s “25 Most Innovative CMOs in the World”. On today's episode, Dara discusses the influence of communication technology in her homet…
 
On this episode of Techsetters, co-hosts Samantha Wiener and Jenny Wang interview supermodel turned entrepreneur, Karlie Kloss. Karlie discusses her very first coding class at Flatiron School, the inception of a cookie delivery drone and founding Kode With Klossy, now in its biggest summer. Techsetters is Executive Produced by Kode With Klossy and …
 
In the kick off episode of Techsetters, co-hosts Samantha Wiener and Jenny Wang speak with Joy Buolamwini. A trailblazer beyond trailblazer, Joy founded the Algorithmic Justice League, an organization that looks to ensure racial justice includes algorithmic justice. In today's episode, Sam, Jenny and Joy discuss racial bias in AI, fairness in facia…
 
Welcome to Techsetters! Techsetters is hosted by Sam and Jenny are two millennial engineers on a mission to uncover the stories and secrets of techsetters everywhere; hearing guests’ career defining moments, and unconventional paths in the world of STEAM. Spotlighting these leaders not only lets the audience celebrate these badass trend-setters and…
 
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