Mirapath CEO and Co-Founder, Doris Yeh, will be taking the stage today at Bay Brazil’s Global Women’s Journey at Box Headquarters in Redwood City, CA. The one-day event will include international female leaders all coming together for an inspiring dialogue on diversity, tech innovation, and entrepreneurship. Doris will be speaking on a panel alongside female leaders Hannah Kain, CEO & Founder, ALOM, and Suzana Soncin, Managing Director, Scania as they discuss “Building & Scaling Companies – the journey of successful CEOs & Managing Directors.”
Bay Brazil is a Silicon Valley-based not-for-profit organization dedicated to bringing together the Brazilian-American ecosystem of professionals and businesses in the Bay Area. In 2011, they launched the Global Women’s Journey series to shed a light on women’s advancements and challenges. Additional discussion topics for the event include:
- Women in Politics – overview on political participation and what has changed for women
- Innovation at the Workplace – meet women in tech leading teams and driving change
- Women in Finance – how tech innovation is impacting global finance
- Women in Investing – their strategies, preferred sectors and market perspective
Since co-founding Mirapath in 2003, Doris has guided the woman-owned company to double and triple digit growth year after year. In 2014, Mirapath was named #54 fastest-growing women-owned business and since then has been recognized as #19 Biggest Minority-Owned Business by Silicon Valley Business Journal in 2015, #11 Biggest Minority-Owned Business by Silicon Valley Business Journal in 2016, and #6 Biggest Minority-Owned Business by Silicon Valley Business Journal in 2017.
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