Today we speak with Sara Nason, founder and CEO of ResistX, the nonprofit that sends text and email notifications about protests, rallies, and activist training around NYC. Currently a senior at NYU, studying Political Engagement and Attachment Theory, Sara has been able to create ResistX while staying active in college working in communications, running a radio show, and working as an editor of a journal. Active in the NYU and NYC Startup community, Sara looks to improve political engagement and how we create change for both women and men.
Are you a woman in NYC Tech and interested in participating in this series? Make sure to read the whole article… Much has been said and written about the lack of women in the tech sector, be it as investors (or associates), founders, or in management positions at major companies. Is the problem the old […]
Why Entrepreneurs Should Strive to Be Sensitive Entrepreneurs get lauded for a host of great traits—passionate! self-directed! high-achieving!—but the one big negative that’s often thrown their way is insensitivity. Our cultural archetype of the entrepreneur paints him or her as headstrong, bold, and concerned with results over people’s feelings. But in overlooking the entrepreneurial introverts, […]