In October 2018, I published my first book, Power to the Startup People: How To Grow Your Startup Career When You’re Not The Founder.
Here is a recap of recent podcast interviews, press, reviews, and events related to the book.
Launched Power to the Startup People at Techstars in Boulder
We launched the book at Techstars Boulder with a lively panel discussion about startup careers featuring:
- Andrea Guendelman, Founder, BeVisible Latinx
- Erin Rand, COO, Atipica
- Analiese Brown, Director of Talent & Culture, CampMinder
- Josh Ashton, Head of People Operations, GutCheck
Thank you to the panelists, Techstars’ Julie Penner and Hannah Davis, who helped organize the event, and to everyone who joined us at the launch.
Featured in Feld Thoughts Post By Brad Feld
VC and Techstars co-founder Brad Feld has been an amazing supporter along my startup journey (as well as the journeys of countless others), including helping me launch Flatirons LGBTQ Tech Meetup in Boulder, CO back in 2014. I’m honored by both Brad’s official book endorsement (check it out on Amazon) and by his generous feature of Power to the Startup People in a recent blog post on Feld Thoughts.
Power to the Startup People Featured In Helping Sells Radio Episode with Bill Cushard
I enjoyed discussing Power to the Startup People on Helping Sells Radio with my epic beloved former podcast co-host Bill Cushard. Bill is a fantastic interviewer (and a friend) so this was particularly fun to do. Listen to the episode
Featured in Investor Connect Podcast Interview with Hall Martin
This is one of my favorite podcast interviews I’ve ever done. Thank you to Hall Martin for featuring Power to the Startup People on his podcast Investor Connect. In this episode, we discuss the following topics from the book:
- How does someone from a large corporation re-adjust quickly to the startup world
- What do you look for when you join a startup?
- What do you negotiate up front when you join a startup?
- When is the best time to join a startup?
- When is the best time to leave a startup?
Featured in the People Stack Podcast with Jennifer Bunk
I also discussed Power to the Startup People on the People Stack podcast with Jen Bunk. We talked about how you can contribute to a startup when you aren’t a founder, the challenges of transitioning between phases of a company and the power of mindset and more.
Power to the Startup People Featured at Lesbians Who Tech All Gender Book Club at Udemy in San Francisco
In December, Lesbians Who Tech + Allies featured adrienne maree brown’s Emergent Strategy and my book Power to the Startup People at the recent All Gender Book Club hosted at Udemy SF. It was a dream come true to talk about startup careers with the amazing LWT community–thank you to group leader Dom Brassey for organizing and to Udemy for hosting.
Upcoming Event: Lesbians Who Tech + Allies All Gender Book Club East Bay on Tues. April 2nd
Lesbians Who Tech + Allies will be hosting another All Gender Book Club featuring Power to the Startup People and adrienne maree brown’s Pleasure Activism in Oakland on Tues., April 2nd, 2019. RSVP to join us
Thank you for reading!
If you would like me to come talk about Power to the Startup People: How To Grow Your Startup Career When You’re Not The Founder at your organization, please feel free to drop a line via email to sarahbrownmarketing [at] gmail.com.
P.S. In other non-book news, BuildingConnected is now part of the Autodesk family and I’ve become co-organizer of San Francisco Bay Area Vegans In Technology Meetup.
Wishing everyone a peaceful and meaningful start to 2019. – Sarah