Celebrating Women’s Entrepreneurship Week 2018, the Stevens Venture Center Speaker Series presents Meg Columbia-Walsh, a successful female tech entrepreneur to share her secrets of success. Meg is currently on the board of Wylei, an Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning company which she co-founded where the cloud based machine uses advanced predictive algorithms to take the guesswork out of digital web, email, mobile and video campaigns. This is Walsh’s fifth start up, four of which were sold to Fortune 100 companies and one exited in an IPO. During her twenty plus year career in healthcare, consumer package goods and technology, Meg has successfully founded, run and exited companies including Inverse Mobile which sold to EY, Oncology.com which was acquired by Pharmacia and Upjohn, CBS Healthwatch in IPO and then sold to WebMD, and HealthTech Digital Communications which was acquired by Interpublic Group. Meg holds a BA in Business, Communications, Pre-Med and Women’s Studies from Rider University. Meg holds over 20 plus awards including receiving HBA’s 2014 Luminary Award, Top 40 Healthcare Transformers, and Hall of Fame as a D1 athlete.
Following the talk, attendees are invited to a reception celebrating women’s leadership and entrepreneurship at the Lore-El Center for Women’s Leadership located at 802 Castle Point Terrace.