How To Be A Latina Tech Startup Founder | Tanya Menendez, Snowball WealthYo Quiero Dinero: Personal Finance For Latinas
07/18/21 • 39 min
In Episode 97, Tanya shares her experience as a Latina founder, including what she had to learn, how she transitioned from a 9 to 5, and her advice to aspiring Latina founders.
Tanya Menendez is the Co-Founder and CEO of Snowball Wealth, a platform that provides personalized guidance to pay off debt and build wealth. Snowball’s first product, a free student loan plan, helped users save $6K on average. Before Snowball, Tanya co-founded Maker’s Row, the largest online marketplace for American manufacturing. Before becoming an entrepreneur, she worked at Goldman Sachs and Google. Tanya has been included in Forbes’ 30 Under 30 List and named one of People en Español’s Most Powerful Latinas.
You can contact Tanya on LinkedIn & Twitter. Learn more about Snowball Wealth at https://www.snowballwealth.com/
- Making the transition from 9 to 5 to entrepreneurship
- The ins and outs of launching a business and securing capital
- What she’s had to learn as a female business founder
- The tool she’s creating to help you save on your student loan
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We love this episode with Tanya because she provides a glimpse into the ups-and-downs of starting a business. Building a business can absolutely be a rewarding experience; and it can also be one of the most difficult, trying things you can do. Listen to hear Tanya’s experience around starting a business as a Latina founder!
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