Meet Tarah Ferguson, tech podcaster! She is the host of #BCTECH podcast #TechisEverywhere. She is fun and friendly, and a killer interviewer. She needed updated portraits for the cover of the podcast and for social media, that showed her personality, and I think we did a great job! Check out Tarah’s website www.shebuiltthat.com where she interviews successful women in tech, in BC and beyond. I added some outtakes to give you an idea of how fun photo shoots can be, and if you look closely, or not that closely, you’ll see me in some of the pics.
Here is some extra info about Tarah, and where you can see and hear her insights!
Tarah is the successful host of two branded podcasts: She Built That, a podcast that celebrates female entrepreneurs and Tech Is Everywhere, a podcast that highlights entrepreneurs in British Columbia leveraging technology to grow their business. She has conducted close to 100 interviews since January 2016, and has had the opportunity to sit down with phenomenal entrepreneurs and leaders such as Christy Clark, the Premier of British Columbia, Christine Day former President of Starbucks Asia Pacific and CEO of Lululemon and Karina Leblanc, 2 x Olympian and bronze medalist winner to name a few.
She Built That is a podcast and media company that celebrates women building businesses and initiatives all on their own terms. Each week, Tarah explores the entrepreneurial journeys of female entrepreneurs rewriting the rules of business. Tarah founded She Built That after years of working in the tech sector and meeting so many phenomenal female entrepreneurs. She wanted a platform to share these inspirational stories with women like herself.
As a result of her passion for storytelling, Tarah was nominated for a YWCA Woman of Distinction Award for Community Engagement in May 2015 and spent a year and half as the Global TV Weekend Morning News Tech Expert. Wow! As an expert in her industry, Tarah regularly hosts and moderate’s panels and events involving female entrepreneurs across Canada.
Her mission is to cultivate a generation of confident, capable, entrepreneurial women. Marian Wright Edelman said, “You can’t be what you can’t see.” She Built That uses the power of storytelling to inspire the next generation of female entrepreneurs to pursue careers in technology, finance and other industries and become future founders themselves.