Today’s featured member on the Strong Women’s Club podcast is Ramona Pierson! Ramona is the co-founder and CEO of Declara, whose mandate is to change how the world learns.
At the age of 22, Ramona Pierson was hit by a drunk driver while running and spent 18 months in a coma and 11 years blind. She relearned everything from breathing and seeing to walking and smiling. From this experience arose the drive to build companies where personalized learning and relearning were the center of all products.
Ramona is a neuroscientist and entrepreneur, having created The Source in 2005; and founded SynapticMash, which was acquired by Promethean World. She entered UC Berkeley at the age of 16, and was recruited at the age of 18 by the Marine Corps for her brilliance in mathematics and uncanny grasp of data and algorithms.
In this episode of the Strong Women’s Club you’ll hear:
You can contact Ramona Pierson at: https://declara.com or email@example.com.
You can also see Ramona Pierson’s TED talk here, and read about Ramona Pierson in this Bloomberg article.
Thank you so much to Ramona for taking the time to be on The Strong Women’s Club podcast!
And thank you for listening!
You can hear more interviews with successful women on The Strong Women’s Club podcast at www.thestrongwomensclub.com