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Episode #5818
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May 29th, 2019
Silicon Valley Culture
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As a tech lover and loather who ran Google's global communications team and was a close advisor to CEO Sundar Pichai, Jessica Powell sheds light on what it’s like to be a woman working in the male-dominated Silicon Valley culture and why she decided to leave on a high note. Her book is a rip-roaring comedy about big plans and bigger egos at the world's largest tech company that will have you clutching your stomach in laughter while thinking twice about the world our tech overlords are building. Powell is the author of Literary Paris and her fiction and non-fiction has been published in The Guardian, The NY Times, WIRED, and Medium magazine. She’s also the co-founder and CEO of a startup that builds software for musicians.
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