Episode #124 Christina Cyr

This week we chat with Christina Cyr, CEO, CTO and Founder of dTOOR, makers of The Cyrcle Phone.

Her education is in physics and biochemistry with a master's degree in from what is now known as the Human Centered Design & Engineering department at the University of Washington. Christina's work experience includes being a biochemist, a software engineer and a hardware engineer, with an unrelenting passion for electronics.

Episode #121 Katie Chase

This week we chat with Katie Chase. Katie is long-time member of the Seattle startup community and currently the COO of Package Guard. After walking the Camino de Santiago last year (a 500 mile pilgrimage) in Spain, she combined her study and work of almost 20 years in performance and movement (Alexander Technique) with Executive Coaching and founded WalkingKata. By combining Leadership and Movement Coaching her belief is that self-awareness and noticing (mindfulness) can improve performance, stress, and building teams - the latter being one of the top reasons startups fail. It gets to the heart of finding and doing our right work. You'll find her online at walkingkata.com.

Episode #108 Brittany Seabaugh

This week we chat with Brittany Seabaugh, the Co-Founder of Armoire, a company that enables women to rent high-end clothing for work or the weekend, tailored to individual preferences.  Brittany discusses algorithms and personal styling, how her company blends fashion art and science, and its appeal to conscious consumers as part of the sharing economy.