Empowering Youth to Overcome Imposter Syndrome (With Hack.Diversity’s Jody Rose)
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Jody Rose is the president of the New England Venture Capital Association, but her first day as executive director 6 years ago was one of the scariest days of her life.

Jody’s bullish attitude led her to be able to overcome imposter syndrome and rise through the high ranks. Now, by co-founding Hack.Diversity, she’s determined to empower the next generation of underrepresented individuals and provide them access to opportunities in tech.

In this episode you’ll hear how Jody and Elias conquer their own imposter syndrome and how organizations like Hack.Diversity are critical to giving underrepresented individuals a foot into the corporate door.

To learn more about Hack.Diversity and how to get involved, click the link in the show notes.

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For more learnings from Elias, check out his quarterly newsletter, The American Dream. You can subscribe at https://www.drift.com/insider/learn/newsletters/american-dream/

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