Paula belongs to the Global Shapers, an initiative of the World Economic Forum, the Hispanic IT Executive Council, and is a 2014 Dallas Business Journal's Women in Technology awardee. She dreams of bettering the world. Follow Paula on Twitter @Agean6.

 

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How Is Facebook Preparing for the Future of Work?

Tim Campos, CIO, Facebook

Facebook’s CIO Tim Campos had a candid discussion about the company’s future during the Hispanic IT Executive Council’s (HITEC) 2015 Q4 summit. Hosted at Facebook’s HQ, to an audience of 200+ Hispanic technology executives, Campos gave a talk titled “Innovation Technology: The Future of…

What is the Dallas Startup Community and Why Should You Care?

If you haven’t heard of Dallas’ robust startup community, you’re probably asking “Wait… Dallas has a startup scene? What is it? And, why should I really care?” Ah, so glad you asked. Take a seat, because you’re about to get schooled on what the Dallas…

The ABCs of Digital Marketing

Michael Jackson once said: “…ABC, it’s as easy as 1-2-3. As simple as, do re mi…”. Although he was teaching a girl all about love in this scenario, the truth is that this simple equation can be applied to most fields outside of cupid’s domain –…

5 Entrepreneurial Lessons I Learned from my Father

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On Friday, May 8th at 1:55am, in a quaint East Texas hospice that was tucked away by a row of pine trees, my father peacefully took his last breath. After years of battling cancer, heart failure and other illnesses, we knew this day was…

Dallas Startup Week Announces Inaugural Year

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The startups at night are big and bright…deep in the heart of Texas! And, this March 2-6, we will be celebrating startups during the day and night with our inaugural Dallas Startup Week.               So, what is Startup…

Diversity in Startups: It Matters

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“People from different backgrounds see the world differently. Women and men, whites and blacks, Jews and Muslims, Catholics and Protestants, veterans and civilians, gays and straights, Latinos and Europeans, Klingons and Romulans, Asians and Africans, wheelchair-bound and able-bodied: these differences of perspective generate insights…

Introducing Collide Village, a New Startup Accelerator in North Texas

The official start of North Texas’s newest accelerator, Collide Village Accelerator Program (CVAP), on November 6th, 2014 is evidence of the rapidly growing startup community in Dallas-Fort Worth. Collide Village is a milestone driven seed stage startup accelerator housed in the Addison TreeHouse, a resource centered…