In this final episode of Three Unicorns, we discuss what Three Unicorns has meant to us and what our plans are after the end of this school year. We end the episode with a final round of Blessings! Be sure to comment here or on iTunes to tell us what you thought of the first season of Three Unicorns. We'd love to hear your feedback. Take a listen!
Jun 24, 2017
In this SoundByte we talk about AI, Cryptocurrencies and whether or not you need to learn CS in order not to be left behind. Take a listen!
May 24, 2017
For this episode, we traveled up to Slack HQ in San Francisco to interview Erica Baker, a badass engineer and a fierce advocate in the conversation around diversity in tech.
May 10, 2017
In this episode we interview Fatima Dicko, MBA student at Stanford Graduate School of Business and founder & CEO of JetPack. We discuss being a black woman in Stanford's MBA program, the creation and evolution of JetPack, and being forced to prove ourselves. We end the episode with the our favorite game to date: Public Answer/Private Answer. Enjoy! Check out Fatima's Women of Silicon Valley interview here: https://medium.com/@WomenOfSiliconValley/11-questions-with-fatima-dicko-ec909a1f79a3 Follow her on Twitter: @FatimaDicko_ Connect with her on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/fatimadicko Visit her website: http://www.fatimadicko.com/ Check out JetPack & download the app! http://www.letsjetpack.co/
Apr 12, 2017
In this episode, we talk to our friend and fellow Stanford student Aishwarya Vardhana about what it's like to be the Founder and CEO of Verbatm, an online multimedia blogging platform for artists and magazines. Check it out!
Mar 12, 2017
Hey ya’ll! We’re really excited to release this special episode of Three Unicorns. Last December we went up to San Francisco Public Library to record a special episode in partnership with CODE2040 (www.code2040.org/) in StoryCorps’s (storycorps.org/) StoryBooth. We all dug deep into the impact of being CODE2040 Fellows during our summer working in Silicon Valley, how it felt to go to work in the midst of tragedy, and how we think the tech industry could be radically different. Listen, enjoy, and tell us what you think.
Feb 9, 2017