Duterte’s ‘soft heart’ could save ABS-CBN, says election lawyer Filipinos turn Taal Volcano ash, plastic trash into bricks PLAY LIST 01:40Filipinos turn Taal Volcano ash, plastic trash into bricks01:32Taal Volcano watch: Island fissures steaming, lake water receding02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite LATEST STORIES End of his agony? SC rules in favor of Espinosa, orders promoter heirs to pay boxing legend For the complete collegiate sports coverage including scores, schedules and stories, visit Inquirer Varsity. Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Marcosian mode: Duterte threatens to arrest water execs ‘one night’ Jeo Ambohot topped Letran with 15 points, seven rebounds, and two blocks, while Rey Nambatac chipped in 14 markers, nine boards, five assists, and three steals.Bong Quinto also added 14 points, seven rebounds, and five dimes, Jeremiah Taladua got 14 markers and six boards, and Balanza drained all of his eight points in the payoff period for the Knights.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSEnd of his agony? SC rules in favor of Espinosa, orders promoter heirs to pay boxing legendSPORTSRedemption is sweet for Ginebra, Scottie ThompsonSPORTSMayweather beats Pacquiao, Canelo for ‘Fighter of the Decade’“What happened to us in the first game almost happened again,” noted Letran coach Jeff Napa. “Luckily, the boys woke up in our last huddle and committed to do the right thing.”The win was already Letran’s for the taking, leading 74-65 with 2:38 to play, but EAC refused to sink, with Jerome Garcia drilling back-to-back treys in the final minute to cut the deficit to just three, 83-80, with 6.5 seconds left to play. View comments Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. No passing fancy: Lonzo Ball seems like ideal fit for Lakers IT happens: Facebook sorry for Xi Jinping’s name mistranslation LIVE: Sinulog 2020 Grand Parade Malacañang open to creating Taal Commission MOST READ LETRAN 83 – Ambohot 15, Nambatac 14, Quinto 14, Taladua 14, Calvo 9, Balanza 8, Pamulaklakin 4, Balagasay 3, Vacaro 2, Gedaria 0, Bernabe 0.EAC 80 – Munsayac 22, Onwubere 20, Garcia 13, Bautista 11, Laminou 7, J. Mendoza 3, Pascua 2, Guzman 2, Diego 0, I. Mendoza 0, Corilla 0, Neri 0.Quarters: 12-28, 41-43, 58-54, 83-80. 787 earthquakes recorded in 24 hours due to restive Taal Volcano IT happens: Facebook sorry for Xi Jinping’s name mistranslation Missile-capable frigate BRP Jose Rizal inches closer to entering PH Navy’s fleet Rey Nambatac. Photo by Tristan Tamayo/ INQUIRER.netLetran dug deep and pulled off a come-from-behind 83-80 squeaker over Emilio Aguinaldo College to gain its first victory in the NCAA Season 93 men’s basketball tournament Tuesday at Filoil Flying V Centre in San Juan.Jerrick Balanza delivered the game-saving block on Jethro Mendoza’s attempt in the waning seconds of the game to halt the Generals’ late-game rally and secure the Knights’ breakthrough win for the season.ADVERTISEMENT The Knights, though, would turn the ball over in the ensuing possession to give the Generals one last chance, but Francis Munsayac failed to find the scorching Garcia and handed the ball to Mendoza for the failed game-tying trey.Down 26-9 to start the game, Letran straightened up its act to close the gap in the second period, before Nambatac finally handed his side its first lead with a three, 54-52, at the 2:54 mark of the third quarter.“Everyone was so overeager, but when we reminded them, we regrouped and I’m happy that we’re able to adjust in the second quarter and we got back because of our defense,” said Napa.Munsayac paced EAC (1-1) with 22 points, three steals, and two assists, while Sidney Onwubere had 20 markers, 17 boards, two assists, and two rejections.The Scores:ADVERTISEMENT
Here’s the top transfer-related stories in Saturday’s newspapers… 1 Here’s the top transfer-related stories in Saturday’s newspapers…Manchester United goalkeeper David De Gea will leave Old Trafford at the end of the season after the 24-year-old agreed personal terms with Real Madrid, with only a transfer fee to be negotiated. (Marca) Real Madrid are looking to re-sign Juventus Champions League hero Alvaro Morata. That switch could see Karim Benzema move to Arsenal, Manchester United or Liverpool. (Daily Star)Stoke plan further contract talks with Asmir Begovic next month — but Mark Hughes admits the keeper now holds all the aces. (The Sun)Paris Saint-Germain have made a move to sign Chelsea keeper Petr Cech. The Czech star has been linked with Arsenal. (Daily Mirror)West Ham are to step up their bid to land Rafa Benitez after deciding he is their first choice to replace manager Sam Allardyce. (Daily Mail)Christian Benteke has been told: Don’t blow your Euro 2016 chances by leaving Aston Villa this summer by manager Tim Sherwood. (Birmingham Mail)James Milner will quit Manchester City to join Liverpool, instead of Arsenal, on a free transfer. (Daily Mirror)Tottenham Hotspur have not given up hope of landing Southampton’s Morgan Schneiderlin this summer with Arsenal having widened their midfielder search. (Daily Telegraph)And here are the latest transfer rumours…Barcelona chief admits interest in Inter Milan star and Man City targetTransfer blow! Liverpool and Arsenal target will not leave Barcelona this summerPetr Cech latest: Jose Mourinho expects goalkeeper to stay at ChelseaMarseille join Newcastle and Southampton in race for Ligue 1 starNo chance Man City will sell Sergio Aguero, claims Manuel Pellegrini amid Real Madrid interestExclusive – Brendan Rodgers confident Raheem Sterling will sign new Liverpool dealExclusive – Tottenham will not sell Harry Kane to Manchester United, insists Spurs team-mateTransfer latest: Man United to bid £45m for Tottenham’s Harry KaneExclusive – Jordon Ibe to sign new Liverpool contract, reveals Brendan RodgersInter Milan boss Roberto Mancini says he ‘has not gone quiet’ on signing Man City star Yaya ToureMarseille eye summer swoop for Tottenham flopReports: Southampton open talks with Nantes over defenderManchester United battle it out with Bundesliga side for Torino starLiverpool suffer blow in race for Serie A starExclusive – Liverpool target described as a ‘terrific young player’ by Brendan Rodgers
Lotto Numbers This week’s Lotto Numbers were 11-12-13-15. No jackpot winner. Two match three get €35 each. Dessie Shiels and Finnian Ferry. Next week’s jackpot will be €4,700. Senior Men The senior men were beaten by neighbours Downings in heartbreaking circumstances in last Sunday’s semi-final replay. After they battled back from five points down in the second half to draw level, Downings scored a point with virtually the last kick of the game to leave the final score 1-9 to 1-8. The team and management deserve great credit for the effort that they put in this year and this is sure to spur them on to greater things next season. All Ireland The club would like to wish Jimmy McGuinnes and all the players good luck for Sunday’s final against Mayo and that all members travelling to support the team have a safe and enjoyable weekend. WebsiteFor all the latest information and news checkout the new look club website at www.milford.donegal.gaa.ie and also our facebook page. GAA NEWS: MILFORD CLUB NOTES was last modified: September 17th, 2012 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:Milford GAA notes
Top-ranked Hart and No. 2 Valencia resume their scintillating season rivalry today at El Cariso Golf Course in Sylmar. Their fourth meeting of the season could decide the Foothill League championship. Valencia, which won its first league title last season and finished 10th in the Southern Section final at Los Posas Country Club in Camarillo, opened this season ranked No. 1 by the Daily News. Their 9-0 start included a five-stroke nonleague victory over Hart, then ranked eighth. The Indians roared back to win the first two league tournaments – both teams broke the Vista Valencia course record last week – climbing into position to clinch their fourth league title in seven seasons. All they need to do is finish one stroke ahead of Valencia in any of the three remaining league matches. Valencia, which outscored Hart 226-231 in a Sept. 20 nonleague match at Valencia Country Club, finished second to the Indians in a 183-185 league opener at El Cariso and was second again last week (184-185) at Vista Valencia. Both scores bettered Saugus’ course-record 187, set in 2003. Valencia tied its season series with Hart 2-2 last week, placing second in the Magnolia Park Optimist Club tournament at De Bell Golf Course in Burbank. The Vikings scored 170 to Hart’s third-place 175. Heading into today’s third league tournament, the teams are separated by three strokes through their first four 2005 meetings. Two-team race: Valencia’s and Hart’s depth is reflected in the league scoring averages, with Vikings and Indians in the top five positions. Valencia senior Stevy Loy leads the league with a 31 average that has her 2-under par in Foothill play. Hart’s Tessa Harp (33), Valencia’s Michelle Mannix (34.5), and Hart’s Ashley Redmond (35) and Eleanna Tan (36) round out the top five. Alyssa Wohlfeiler (37.5) of third-place Saugus is sixth. Names in the game: Ashley Windsor, Krystal Pieracci and Linsay Rollins also have started for Hart (17-2). Andrea Ferris, Tracy White, Jasnin Samson, Kristin Tayo and Jenny Kim have helped Valencia to a 15-2 mark. Looking ahead: If Valencia finishes ahead of Hart in league match No. 3 today, they will resume their Foothill title chase next Tuesday in a 1:30 p.m. match at Vista Valencia. The final league team match is scheduled Oct. 24 at Knollwood Country Club in Granada Hills. The individual qualifying tournament for postseason play will be a two-round competition. The first round will be combined with the Oct. 24 final team match at Knollwood. Top scorers advance to a second round, Oct. 26 at De Bell. Strong showing: In addition to the 2-3 finish by Valencia and Hart at the Magnolia Park Optimist Club tournament – Torrance was first at 160 – the Foothill League also received a ninth-place finish from Saugus (199). Wohlfeiler (44), Tiara Wells (50), Wynne Shatkus (52) and Ashley Gonzales (53) paced Saugus. Loy and Tayo shot 41s and Mannix and Kim 44s for Valencia. Harp and Tan led Hart at 41, followed by Windsor (45) and Redmond (48). Villela takes title: Former Santa Clarita Valley junior standout Angela Villela, now in her second year at four-time defending City Section champion Granada Hills, won the individual title at De Bell, shooting 1-under-par 35. Villela, a sophomore, takes lessons from longtime Santa Clarita Valley instructor Lee Breckenridge. Dave Shelburne, (818) 713-3609 firstname.lastname@example.org 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
Who’s that with our Paddy?GLENTIES singer Paddy Molloy kicks off a county tour today – of schools!The star of last night’s The Voice of Ireland was delighted to make it through to the live shows.And he was chuffed to have worked with celebrity judge Matt Cardle. “I’m going to be doing a mini-tour of a few schools in Donegal next week,” said Paddy.“If I progress further I’m going to do all the schools in the county.”The tour starts today in LYIT.The rest of the times and venues are on the poster below: ‘THE VOICE’ STAR PADDY SET FOR DONEGAL SCHOOLS GIGS was last modified: March 10th, 2014 by John2Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:Paddy Molloyschool tourThe Voice of Ireland
The average cost of renting in Donegal has risen by 6.8% as the number of homes available to rent has dropped.The latest report from Daft.ie shows that the average rent price in Donegal was €561 in the third quarter of 2016.The average one-bed apartment is €413, while a 5-bed house stands at €693 – a rise of 12.6% compared to this time last year. The rise is directly attributed to a shortage in housing. There were fewer than 650 homes available to rent in Connacht and Ulster on October 1st, down almost 100 on a year previously.Room rentals are also rising in the Donegal area, with the report showing that single rooms in Ulster are costing on average €252 – 11.5% more than 2015. A double room in Donegal, Cavan or Monaghan costs €284 – 10.6% more than the previous year.The report also showed that Donegal is the third cheapest place in the country to rent.The report today presents a grim picture of rent price increases across the country. The annual rate of rental inflation in Ireland is now 11.7%, the highest recorded by the Daft.ie Report since its series start in 2002.Rents are rising at double-digit rates in many areas nationwide, with the biggest increases mainly in Leinster and Munster. The average cost of renting in certain Dublin areas is now 10% higher than the peak prices during the Celtic Tiger. Rent prices soaring in Donegal was last modified: November 8th, 2016 by Rachel McLaughlinShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)
An evening was held in the Finn Valley Centre, Stranorlar last Friday the 22nd of June to celebrate the work of this year’s Community Heroes.The evening began with and address by Monica Ramsey, Finn Valley Centre Marketing Officer in which she talked about what makes a community hero, citing the qualities that all community heroes possess, of determination and tenacity or as she put it “stickability factor” a quality that allows them to endure the many knock backs that they receive and yet, continue doing such great work.She stated that the ability to keep on going, even when the going gets tough is what makes them community heroes and their work is a testament to that fact. The evening continued with an address by Patsy McGonagle, Chairperson Finn Valley Centre and Finn Valley AC who spoke of how the community has changed and continues to change.He spoke of how vital it was to have a strong community sector to support new people coming to the area from other countries and how, in many ways they were the Irish of the 40’s and 50’s who travelled across to the U.K. and America.He alluded to the large gathering of business, community and statutory organisations who assembled the previous week as part of the annual Health and Wellbeing event which was organised by the Finn Valley Community Health Forum in conjunction with Finn Valley Centre and how that event supported and promoted all aspects of community.A presentation of a certificate was made by Patsy McGonagle to each recipient to mark and acknowledge their achievements. After the presentations a final address was given by An Garda Siochana Community Liaison, Garda Brenda Healey who spoke about the great community in the Finn Valley area and how people working in the community help the work of the Garda by helping children strive for goals and by giving those in the community who are lonely a place to go and people to talk to. She finished by thanking and congratulating all those being awarded for their great work.After the presentations refreshments were served and those in attendance had an opportunity to relax and chat with all gathered.Awardees on the night were awarded with a certificate for their outstanding contribution to their community as follows:John Gallagher – Development of Letterbrick School, Cloghan Heritage Centre, Cloghan Primary Care Centre, Gleann Fhinne Teoranta, & Forum Na GaeltachtaJohn & Hanna Whyte – Provision of a Drop in Centre and Friday Morning Sessions and supporting local schools, organisations and international organisations through the All Seasons Charity Shop Kathleen McGarrigle – B & S Women’s Group, Donegal Women’s Network, Twin Towns Community Platform and Twin Towns Community Health ForumFr John Joe Duffy – Save our St. Joseph’s Hospital, Retention of Small Schools Nationwide, Retention of the Malin Head Coast Guard Centre, advocacy for small scale fisheries.John & Sally Butler – C.A.K.E. Centre Killygordon, Development of the Community Enterprise and Sports Centre, provision of Christmas Day and St Patrick’s Day dinners for the elderly in the community, The Wednesday Club Killygordon.Terry Leyden – Member of the Donegal league committee to went on the form the Donegal Schoolboys League, Donegal Women’s League, Ulster Football Assoc, FAI Junior Council Rep, St. Vincent De Paul, Drumkeen Community Group Mamie Clarke – Fundraising for Concern, St Luke’s Hospital, Peru Missions, Irish Heart Foundation, Brain injury Research, NCBI, Breast Cancer Research, MS Society, Cerebal Palsy, and Irish Wheelchair Assoc, Mamie has travelled all over the world doing treks, cycles and mountain climbing to raise funds for these organisations. She has even made it to Base Camp Mt. Everest.Jack McLaughlin – A special mention was also made for the work of Jack McLaughin, Lifford who has supported Mamie Clarke on many of her fundraising initiatives and helps her out at McElhinneys were both can be seen raising funds for Breast Cancer. Jack was also presented with a certificate at the event.Martin Flanagan – Member of the 6th Donegal Stranorlar Scouts for past 20 years, Group Leader since 2005, involved in Strategy Development Team for Scouting Ireland, Member of Irish delegation to Sweeden and has let Scout groups to camps in Holland, Scotland Copenhagen.Dean Gillespie – Member of Drumore Parents Council, Butt Drama Circle, Finn Valley Gerdening Club and Produce Judging Day organiser, Crossroads Community Christmas Lights & Christmas Market, Fundraising.Michael Rowan & Gerry Mongan – Twin Towns Community Garden, Twin Town’s Men’s Shed, Hosting school groups to the community garden and visiting gardening groups, Community Garden Open Day & BBQ.Damian McGlynn – Founding member of Finn Valley Rugby Club, Former Chairperson and current Vice Chairperson, Mini’s Rugby coach, Organising fundraising events for the club and Club management.Heroes one and all at the Finn Valley Centre’s Community Hero Awards – Pic Special was last modified: June 29th, 2018 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)
Derek Carr completed 22 of 26 passes for 259 yards and an 8-yard touchdown pass to Tyrell … Click here if you’re unable to view the gallery on your mobile device. OAKLAND — Everybody laughed when Jon Gruden said upon returning to the Raiders he wanted to turn back the clock.No one was laughing at the Raiders Monday night in a 24-16 win over the Denver Broncos. Not when a raucous sold out crowd of 52,359 was going crazy and screaming profane chants directed toward Antonio Brown.
Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest Archbold Equipment Company, the 6-location CASE IH equipment dealer, recently celebrated the opening of its new facility in Bowling Green. This facility increases the shop, parts storage and showroom size by more than triple of the previous dealership and has increased staffing to provide excellence in customer service.The dealership features a larger shop to service the growing size and demands of today’s farm equipment. The new service shop is four times larger at 18,000 square feet and is equipped with two five-ton remote controlled cranes and an interior wash bay. Parts storage space has tripled, allowing for more parts availability, and the all-new showroom features CASE IH parts, tools, apparel and more. Cub Cadet, Kinze, Grasshopper and Unverferth are among the other brands that will be sold and serviced at this dealership.“Our purpose behind this new facility is to meet the needs of local farmers and homeowners in Wood, Henry, Lucas, Hancock and surrounding counties. We are pleased to partner with a community so rich in farm tradition. It’s a strong agriculture area and we’ve put the investment in so that we are able to meet their needs into the future,” Ross Wyse, Chairman of the Board said.Zach Hetterick, President and CEO shares his excitement.“This facility is the foundation for us to provide high quality customer service. It will allow us to stock more parts, stock and assemble today’s high-tech equipment, and recruit and retain the best people that will take us into the future. We have added technology into this facility that will be integrated into our existing locations with the sole purpose of being the first choice of local producers,” Hetterick said.Archbold Equipment Company has six locations in the Tri-State area: Topeka, IN; Adrian, MI; and four Ohio locations in Archbold, Bowling Green, Ottawa, and Sherwood.
Treseder, the chief marketing officer of business innovations at GE Ventures, previously worked at Apple and Goldman Sachs. After helping to lead global marketing and growth efforts at both companies, she moved over to GE’s ventures arm, helping to identify ideas with the potential to make a global impact and scale them. As an innovator and a leader in developing marketing strategies and campaigns, the CMO looks for growth drivers and focuses on building brands, particularly in the software, advanced manufacturing, healthcare, and energy sectors.Named one of Ad Age’s “Women to Watch U.S. 2018,” Treseder was also recognized as one of Inc.’s 2017 “30 Inspirational Women to Watch in Tech.” She serves as a keynote speaker, a member of the board of directors for the Public Health Institute, and an advisor to UN Women initiatives. Alison Gutterman Baker is founder of Provenance, a company that provides businesses with the ability to share information with their customers about where products come from. Her technology platform uses blockchain to provide this valuable information, illustrating her forward-thinking approach and understanding of how to leverage revolutionary technology. Prior to developing and growing this startup, Baker was lead interactive creative for UK company TBWA/Digital Arts Network.Prior to that, she headed up her own company as a technology strategist, developing digital-physical experiences and partnering with other brands and innovators on UX. Her clients included The Philharmonia Orchestra and Will.I.Am, Intel’s director of creative innovation. Baker has participated in the Wayra UnLtd Accelerator and the Open Data Institute Startup program. Additionally, she is an RSA Fellow, a faculty member at The Open Institute, and a member of the Council of the Internet of Things. Kathryn Minshew Brad AndersonEditor In Chief at ReadWrite Bova, the global customer growth and innovation evangelist at Salesforce, is an expert on business growth and innovation, helping the brand’s customer and partner network imagine how to scale their businesses with different business models and technologies. Focusing on the customer experience, Bova is also a keynote speaker and the host of the “What’s Next with Tiffani Bova” podcast; her book, “Growth IQ: Get Smarter About the Choices That Will Make or Break Your Business,” is set to be released later this summer.She has been recognized as one of the “Powerful and Influential Women in California” by the National Diversity Council, as well as been noted as one of the “Top 50 Marketing Thought Leaders” by Brand Quarterly Magazine. Prior to Salesforce, Bova spent more than 10 years at Gartner, ending her tenure there as a VP, distinguished analyst and research fellow. She also helped strengthen sales programs at Gateway, Interland, Affinity, Vanstar, Sprint, and LANSystems.Truly Incredible BusinesswomenThese 15 women pursued business opportunities in industries heavily reliant on technology. While the cards may have been stacked against them, their talent, commitment, and innovative approaches helped them find success. These 15 women have already had an impact on their fields, and they’re poised to further disrupt the business landscape as we know it. Sahasi, vice president of the Business Innovation Center and managing director of R&D at Konica Minolta, unites the brand’s research division with its innovation efforts. Also an investor and board member for several companies, Sahasi previously worked at both PayPal and eBay, focusing on using research to fuel new products and technologies. Aiming to develop global strategies and partnerships, she pioneers initiatives into new markets and determines which ventures and technologies warrant investment.Named one of Entrepreneur’s “50 Inspirational Entrepreneurs to Watch in 2017,” Sahasi also contributes through The Tech Museum of Innovation and the South Asian Heart Center. Lena Requist How OKR’s Completely Transformed Our Culture Harbaugh is the CEO and co-founder of LaunchDarkly, a software developer feature management platform used to control the entire lifecycle of product development and launch. Before starting the company in 2014, she was director of product management at TripIt, where she experienced the problem that became the basis for LaunchDarkly. Similar issues arose prior to that when Harbaugh was a senior product manager at PlantSense, as well as a product manager at Monster Worldwide and Vignette. With no other company solving the product development challenges she faced, she decided to create her own.Since its launch, LaunchDarkly has added clients like GoPro and Microsoft and received millions in funding. Beyond her accomplishments with this new venture, Harbaugh also holds two patents, including a method and system for sharing different Web components between different websites in a portal framework. Leslie Feinzaig Minshew is co-founder and CEO of The Muse, an online platform that has helped more than 50 million people discover and change career paths, as well as get personalized job recommendations and insights into great companies to work for. The platform also provides skill-building courses, career advice content, and coaching. She created and launched the company after being dissatisfied with what she found to help fuel her own career aspirations. Minshew is also the author of bestselling book “The New Rules of Work,” where she shares her experiences and insights since starting the platform.Her social causes also make her an incredible businesswoman to watch in 2018 and beyond. Prior to her current startup, she worked on a vaccine introduction team in both Malawi and Rwanda while assisting with the Clinton Health Access Initiative. Minshew previously worked for McKinsey & Co., a management consultancy, as a business analyst. Her honors include Forbes’ “30 Under 30” in media and Inc.’s “15 Women to Watch in Tech.” Ashley Crowder Feinzaig is the founder and CEO of Female Founders Alliance, a community of female startup founders and CEOs based in Seattle, with a chapter also based in New York. With hundreds of members and thousands within the organization’s community, there are plans to open local chapters across the U.S. The organization was started to address the shortage of female-led startups and create an organization that could provide resources, knowledge, and networks to help each other succeed.Yet Feinzaig doesn’t remain content with that. In 2016, she founded Venture Kits, games that teach and encourage leadership in kids. This idea has attracted the attention of TODAY Parents, Fox 10 News, and other media outlets. Additionally, Feinzaig is a Techstars mentor, a Startup Week organizer, and an advisory board member for the Washington Technology Industry Association’s Startup Committee. She regularly speaks at industry conferences and is a thought leader, with content published by Forbes and others. Silvina Moschini Fatemi is founder and CEO of Node, described as the first AI-enabled discovery engine that connects people at a much larger scale than ever achieved before. Before developing and launching the company, she was making a name for herself at Google, where she was the youngest employee at 19 years old. Over the past 10 years, Fatemi has focused on helping Google and YouTube with strategic partnerships and global expansion opportunities.When not innovating through her work at Node, Fatemi contributes to Forbes, writing articles about AI’s impact on work and Silicon Valley startups. Her other thought leadership pieces have been featured in Entrepreneur, TechCrunch, The Huffington Post, and Business Insider. In 2018, Fast Company recognized her as one of the “100 Most Creative People in Business.” The San Francisco Business Times named Fatemi as one of the “40 Under 40 Visionaries.” She was also included in Marie Claire’s 2017 “New Guard List.” Kara Rieben Rieben is senior vice president at dLocal, a technology platform designed to handle mass online payments in growth markets across LATAM, APAC, and EMEA. Innovation in the payments industry has been at the core of Rieben’s professional interests. Zig-zagging between startups and consulting for companies, including American Express, she’s gained different perspectives and expertise on the various aspects of digital commerce. Kara has worked with the world’s most innovative companies, including Google, Facebook, Uber, and Airbnb, to reach their full potential in high-growth markets with minimal operational exposure and maximum reach.Prior to dLocal, Kara led the strategy team for Payoneer. A regular speaker at FinTech conferences around the globe, Rieben’s expertise includes navigating cross-border payments, eliminating financial risk, maximizing subscription revenue, managing checkout conversions, and maintaining compliance with central banks and local regulators. Kimberli Cheung Wright Crowder is co-founder and CEO of VNTANA, which offers engagement tools and an augmented reality computing platform. Prior to that, she was in charge of refinery production planning and execution for BP, where she developed short- and long-term strategies for multiple refinery products.Before that, Crowder worked as a manufacturing engineer intern for Northrop Grumman. Her other work has included research at University of Southern California’s Viterbi School of Engineering and serving as a project lead for Gulfstream Aerospace, a production assistant for INCA Productions, and an intern for MTV Networks. Falon Fatemi Gutterman is the president and CEO of Jelmar, manufacturer of a wide range of household cleaning products, including CLR and Tarn-X. Gutterman started at the company in 1993 without so much as a desk to her name; by 2007, she’d become the third-generation owner, CEO, and president. As the first woman president and CEO of the family-owned business, she looked for ways to incorporate technology and data into the company’s business practices while maintaining its mission of making high-quality cleaning products. Her entrepreneurial efforts have led to an expansion in Jelmar’s distribution, now numbering nearly 100,000 outlets.Gutterman was recognized as part of Chicago Business Journal’s 2016 class of Women of Influence, and she led Jelmar to a 2017 EY Entrepreneur Of The Year award in the Midwest Region’s Family Business category. She gives back through ENACTUS, C200, Women Presidents’ Organization, Women Impacting Public Policy, and the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council, which has also certified Jelmar as a Women’s Business Enterprise. Isa Watson Why IoT Apps are Eating Device Interfaces Wright is founder and CEO of TREPIC, a virtual travel designer firm. With inspiring content and storytelling, TREPIC uses AI and user preferences to provide unique travel recommendations. Using VR and 360-degree video, users are transported to desired curated hotels, locations, and activities from the comfort of their phone.She was named as one of “50 Inspirational Entrepreneurs to Watch in 2017” by Entrepreneur, as well as one of Inc.’s “15 Female Entrepreneurs to Watch Out For in 2017.” She is a mentor at Stanford University’s Hasso Plattner Institute of Design, an interior designer, a vacation home developer, and a film and VR film director. In 2009, prior to founding TREPIC, she directed and edited a feature-length documentary that won four international film awards and led to the amendment of U.S. federal healthcare law. Tiffani Bova Follow the Puck Tags:#women in tech Watson is the founder and CEO of Envested, an enterprise software company that has developed a next-generation workplace engagement tool. Prior to launching Envested, Watson was a chemist and data scientist at Pfizer before becoming the vice president of digital product and strategy, small business, for JPMorgan Chase & Co. Her background in both pharmacology and business strategy has solidified Watson’s dedication to data; she applies that view to workplace engagement, asking what we know — and don’t know — about the people who are leaving their jobs or choosing to stick with them. As a VC-backed tech founder, Watson looks to innovate the future of work through data and technology.Watson was named one of Inc.’s “30 Under 30” in 2017 and was also a “40 Under 40 in Finance” winner. Triangle Business Journal also recognized her with a 40 Under 40 Leadership Award. Ekta Sahasi Related Posts Much has been written about the tech industry’s sexist undertones. In 2017, Silicon Valley faced a “reckoning” for its gender-driven decision-making and tolerance of sexual harassment. From marginalizing women’s ability to contribute to the field because of their biological makeup to holding them to higher standards in order to earn leadership roles, the business world has not made it easy for women to make a go of it.Despite the inequities women have faced, several have found success and become leaders in their industries. These women have brought their unique viewpoints and varied skill sets to the table to innovate the products and services their companies have offered, disrupting the market in the process.Top 15 Incredible Women in Business to Watch in 2018 and Beyond. Dara Treseder What it Takes to Build a Highly Secure FinTech … Requist is the president of ONTRAPORT, maker of a visual marketing automation and reporting platform. Prior to joining ONTRAPORT as its COO, Requist served as a general manager at a computer software firm, an operations executive, and a certified financial planner with Smith Barney. During her time at ONTRAPORT, the company has grown 5,000 percent and made the 2012 Inc. 500 list. Seeking to build processes and platforms that work efficiently and effectively, Requist also strives to build operations to spotlight how integral teams themselves are to getting work done.Requist supports the women’s entrepreneurial community through the Women in Business Group she started, which earned her a bronze Stevie Award for Female Executive of the Year, as well as a nomination as one of Women Leaders in Business’s “20 Women to Watch” in 2013. She also won a Silver Stevie Award in 2017 in the “Executive of the Year – Computer Software – Up to 500 Employees” category. Edith Harbaugh Moschini is co-founder and chairman of TransparentBusiness, a cloud-based management platform for overseeing a remote team. She is also CEO and founder of SheWorks!, which assists companies in finding female talent around the world. It provides solutions for hiring, monitoring, and managing remote workers, using technology similar to that of TransparentBusiness.Since 2012, Moschini has also been an internet and technology contributing expert for CNN. She also regularly contributes to CNN’s show, “Encuentro,” and provides insights and analysis related to Latin entrepreneurs, startups, social media, and innovation. Jessi Baker Brad is the editor overseeing contributed content at ReadWrite.com. He previously worked as an editor at PayPal and Crunchbase. You can reach him at brad at readwrite.com.