As part of the Kairos 50, we all got to present our companies on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange! Attendees included the Prince of Jordan, the CEO of AutoDesk, founder of Vonage, CEO of Forbes, and CEO of Johnson & Johnson. I feel so lucky to be able to connect with these people!
My friend Julia from Spain and I have dinner at our hotel
My friends from UC Berkeley and I take a photo together on Day 1
Officially part of the first rave on the NYSE. Live performance by European DJ, Madeon
Ringing the NYSE opening bell
With a fellow attendee, who dressed glamorously in orange, having a drink on the NYSE.
Presenting my company on the NYSE floor
The personalized trophy they gave to the Kairos 50 companies
Peter and I with the Berkeley Startup Competition Organizers
The Berkeley BPlan Competition is one of the most competitive competitions Nanoly has done. We were selected as 1 of 8 semi-finalists for the Life Sciences track. We thrilled to just make it to the semi-finals so when we won the Elevator Pitch award, it was really unexpected! The Elevator Pitch award is where audience members vote on their favorite startup pitch. Thank you to everyone for supporting us! Congratulations to Calcula, who won the grand prize!
Presenting Nanoly in front of a live audience
Standing with our Elevator Pitch Award
Standing with our certificate for making it into the Semi-Finals!
Gamma Phi Beta has been a huge part of life ever since I joined the sorority my freshman year in college. The positive environment and strong values of the organization is a great place for any young female. I am incredibly honored to be featured in the Winter 2011 magazine. You can view the full magazine here: http://digital.publicationprinters.com/publication/?i=99260
In my sorority, Gamma Phi Beta (aka the best sorority!), we have a tradition of the new members presenting paddles to their chosen “big sister.” I am so lucky to have my lil sis because she is an absolute sweetheart and check out how creative she is too with the paddle she made me!
It was an absolute honor to receive the preliminary talent award tonight! Thank you everyone for your kind words! I really wanted to make the Oakland committee and my family proud. They have put all their heart and energy into helping me prepare for Miss California.
The class, Introduction to Business, is required for all business administration majors at UC Berkeley’s Haas School of Business. I took the class, taught by Dr. David Robinson, in Spring 2009 and had the cool opportunity to be part of the photoshoot for the cover of the 2010 textbook.