On Empowering Action Through Innovative Technologies - A Conversation with Rhiana Spring
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Join me today for my conversation with Rhiana Spring, human rights advocate and founder of Spring ACT. Today Rhiana shares her personal story of becoming a tech entrepreneur and the innovation behind her passion for helping vulnerable women experiencing abuse through new technology methods. Her digital chatbot, Sophia, is paving the way for innovation, human rights and justice across the world. Listen to today’s episode to find out more. 

Show notes:

Rhiana shared with us that her favourite style of music that she listens to on repeat is Afrobeats, and one her top rated artists is Nigerian singer Yemi Alade. She also recommends the book This Is Day One from Drew Dudley to our listeners and shared that his teachings played a significant part in her living the way that she does and focusing on making an impact.

Rhiana recommends the book Human Algorithm by Flynn Coleman which talks about the importance of bringing human rights into the technological world to ensure an inclusive society.

To connect with Rhiana, you can find her on LinkedIn. You can also find the Spring ACT organisation on LinkedIn, Instagram, Facebook, Twitter and their website.

To read the full episode transcript visit our podcast website.

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