Victoria Ransom on Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff. Brought to you by The Girl Dad Show with Young Han.
Young & Victoria dive into topics such as a big picture perspective, education for children, prioritizing quality time with kids, the increase of entrepreneurial parents, and how your kids can influence your business and career choices.
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About Victoria: Victoria has been an entrepreneur since her early twenties and has developed four companies, including Wildfire, which was acquired by Google in 2012 for $450M. Her current venture, Prisma, is pioneering a new approach to K-12 education that turns the current rigid, ‘one size fits few’ model of education on its head.
Victoria was named a Young Global Leader by the World Economic Forum and recognized by KEA in their annual World Class New Zealander awards. She was named to Fortune Magazine’s 40 under 40 list and was recognized by President Obama in 2013 for her contributions to entrepreneurship. In addition, she was named one of Fortune Magazine’s Most Powerful Women Entrepreneurs in 2012 and one of the '25 Women to Watch in Tech' for 2011 & 2010. She is on the board of Trustees at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. In her spare time she is an avid snowboarder and surfer and a passionate adventure traveler who once spent six weeks living with a remote Amazonian tribe and five months living in a favela in Brazil!
About Young Han: I’m all about operations. I have started companies, scaled hyper-growth startups, and understand a variety of industries. As a fractional COO, I guide companies through myriad challenges, from exponential growth to adapting to market shifts. I've experienced an incredible range of business journeys from small to big, early to late stage, and across many different industries.