“We had 70% women (in Software Engineering in Iran)!”
“In Vienna, there were 60 students — I was the only woman!”
— Soodeh Farokhi, Entrepreneur of successful companies in Iran and Canada, and Ph.D. from Vienna Inst. of Tech.
Why is software/computer engineering considered more “woman-friendly” in some countries (like Iran)?
Does a Ph.D. help one be a better entrepreneur?
How the VCs panicked when they heard of her pregnancy, and how Soodeh calmed them!
Why did she choose not to immigrate to the US?
Hear about these questions, and Soodeh Farokhi’s amazing journey, in her calm, strong voice, filled with sage wisdom.
The guide for this episode and more information is available at the podcast website: http://csimmigrant.org/
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