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• Di-Ann Eisnor, CEO of byCore and Co-Founder of Neighborhood Start Fund, discusses her experience and how technology can help underserved communities by improving urban development resources.
• How can philanthropy work with tech companies to prioritize social good projects?
• Read about the relationship between tech and philanthropy.
In episode 64 of the Disruptors for GOOD podcast, I speak with Di-Ann Eisnor, CEO of byCore and Co-Founder of Neighborhood Start Fund on selling Waze to Google for $1 billion and bringing the best of Silicon Valley to underserved communities in America. We also speak about her short time at WeWork on building connected cities and lessons learned about toxic company cultures.
Di-Ann Eisnor is an entrepreneur and executive who is currently Co-Founder and CEO of byCore, a venture-backed construction labor marketplace. Previously, she worked at Waze and later Google for ten years, where she started the US office of Waze in 2009 (acquired by Google in 2013 fro $1 billion), ran growth, business development, and platform. While at Waze, she founded the Connected Citizens Program, which worked with 800 cities and departments of transportation to use data to reduce congestion and improve emergency response times.
Read the full article about bringing tech to marginalized communities by Grant Trahant at Causeartist.
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