Join us for a Fireside Chat with Ingrid Vanderveldt!

We've partnered with the UT McCombs MSTC Program and Women Who Code to bring the women of Austin an evening with Ingrid Vanderveldt.

On Wednesday, Jan. 6 at 6:00 p.m. in the Google Fiber space on Colorado St., Vanderveldt will share some tidbits from her career in American-made business, as well as her thoughts on the importance of women's empowerment movements.

ICYMI: "Ingrid Vanderveldt was the first Entrepreneur-in-Residence (“EIR”) for Dell Inc. where she oversaw entrepreneurial initiatives worldwide helping to build a $250 million business segment and founded the $125M Dell Innovators Credit Fund, Dell Founders Club, and the Dell Center for Entrepreneurs during her 3-year term.

Vanderveldt sits on the United Nations Foundation’s Global Entrepreneurs Council, is a Managing Partner of Belle Capital, founding organizer of the GLASS Forum (Global Leadership & Sustainable Success), and co-founder of The Billionaire Girls Club. She also created and hosted CNBC’s first original primetime series, “American Made,” reaching over 1M viewers around the globe and serves on the Advisory boards of Springboard Enterprises, Current Motor, and is a Dell Women’s Entrepreneur Network (DWEN) Member.

Vanderveldt has been featured on outlets including NBC, CNBC, FOX, ABC, USA Today, The Wall Street Journal, Forbes, Bloomberg, CNN Money, Fortune Magazine, Fast Company, Inc Magazine and Entrepreneur Magazine. She holds a Masters in Architecture at the Savannah College of Art & Design and an MBA in Entrepreneurship from UT at Austin."


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