No this is not a law firm. (Godreau, Feinzaig and Oppenheimer) It is a group of three Latin business leaders who are doing and have done some extra special work in the Seattle area. We will be having a panel discussion about how they were successful and how we can be more engaged with the growing Latin community in Seattle.
About this event
No this is not a law firm. (Godreau, Feinzaig and Oppenheimer) It is a group of three Latino business leaders who are doing and have done some extra special work in the Seattle area. We will be having a panel discussion about how they were successful and how we can be more engaged with the growing Latin community in Seattle. Enrique Godreau has been active in the information technology industry for over 30 years. He’s worked with great people at leading technology-based companies including Adobe, Gartner, and Xerox PARC. In 1996, he cofounded Voyager Capital, an early-stage tech venture capital firm. In 2012, he cofounded GSharp Ventures, a consulting, investment, and advisory firm. In 2013, he cofounded 9Mile Labs, a B2B Startup accelerator focused on building a world-class startup community in the Pacific Northwest. Enrique holds a BS in Computer Science.
Leslie Feinzaig is an entrepreneur and product executive. In the course of her career she’s led strategy and execution for consumer tech products that touch the lives of millions. Most recently, Leslie led Julep Beauty’s Digital team (including engineering, UX, product management and digital marketing).Previous roles include leading product at Big Fish Games (acquired by Churchill Downs), shaping the roadmap for Microsoft’s Kinect for Windows device and SDK, and defining innovation strategy for bluechip clients at Innosight, a boutique consulting firm founded and led by Innovator’s Dilemma author Clayton Christensen. Leslie has a BSc from the London School of Economics and an MBA from Harvard Business School. She is currently advising startups for Techstars and 9Mile Labs, and working on a new venture (reach out if you want to find out more! Cofounders needed). Diego is CEO and co-founder of Algorithmia the first algorithms as a service marketplace. In the past he has designed, managed and shipped some of Microsoft's most used data analysis products including Excel,Power Pivot, SQL Server and Power BI. He is obsessed with creating products and services that empower users to work more efficiently with large amounts of data. He has a BS in Information System Management and a MS in Business Intelligence and Data Analytics both from Carnegie Mellon University.