Global Women in Tech

A series focused on telling the stories of inspiring women in tech, sharing how they have navigated career success, how some overcame immigration challenges and resources that they have developed to ensure that women in this industry continue to thrive.

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Global Women in Tech Podcasts
Naomi Krieger Carmy

Naomi Krieger Carmy – Solving Societal Challenges through Innovation and Impact

Naomi Krieger Carmy is a Senior VP at Social Finance Israel, an Israeli not-for-profit organization that issues Social Impact Bonds. She has had a global career that has spanned roles in investment banking, economic development and policy, and has recently had a particular focus on furthering innovation through the UK Israel Tech Hub a public/priva...
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Adi Eckhouse Barzilai

Adi Eckhouse Barzilai – Chess and Optimism

Adi Eckhouse Barzilai is co-founder and CEO at DeeDa:Do, based in NYC, and was the founder of RealFace, a company focused on bringing back human perception to digital processes. In this conversation we discuss her journey from sitting with an inspired idea to finally taking the plunge and leaving the security of her well paid job to set up RealFac...
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Global Women in Tech Resources

There is more information on Women in Tech Israel here:

There is more information about Galit’s initiatives at the following links:

There is more information about Michal’s business at

There is more information about the ACT Foodtech Hub here:

There is more information on Dalit’s affiliated groups on the links below:

Helen has an active presence on LinkedIn, and you can learn more about her live sessions there and on her business website at

We first learned about Avigail’s role in venture capital through her quote in this article:

See also the following links:

See for opportunities with Efrat Fenigson's firm, Mindspace. 

Global Women in Tech Themes

Merav Oren shares her passion for Foodtech here: 11.01 to 12.55

Elinor Swery on pursuing her PhD in mechanical engineering and how she transitioned from that to a career in the tech industry 7.23 to 13

Naomi Krieger-Carmy on the fast-growing area of social impact bonds: 13.03 to 19.06

Helen Gottstein - on the importance of visibility 9.40 to 11.53 and on holding inclusive meetings 11.53 to 13.01

Galit Desheh on anti-bias training and creating an inclusive workforce 14.58 to 17.27

Helena Baker on getting the most out of LinkedIn to grow your network and business: 8.47 to 10.45

Dalit Heldenberg who co-founded LeadWith Women Leading Tech talks about what movitated her to start the group and how it benefits women in various ways 8.44 to 11.54

Avigail Levine at 8.49 to 15.13 on bringing together the tech community

Fran Jakubowicz shares her insights on building a digital marketing and lead generating business: 7.40 to 10.21

Miriam Isaac shares how she built her business through Instagram and other social media: 9.18 to 10.17

Rachel Zalta on how psychology provides such insights into how we buy: 5.09 to 10.24

Michal Eisikowitz on building her business via LinkedIN: 9.10 to 9.50 and on achieving a work-life balance 14.17 to 17.11


Go to our Meditations Hub for a series of free inspiring meditations. Whether you want to start the day with a positive mindset, reset during the day, calm your mind or draw upon the power to forgive, these reflections will encourage you to give yourself this time.

Go to our Coaching Hub for videos from some of our inspiring guests and coaches to help with your career and personal development.

Hear from Oli Shakir-Khalil about his mental health advocacy here: Listen from 6.30 to 12.5 on Apple or Spotify.


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