In 2015, she was second-in-command at one of the biggest IT companies in the world with $70 billion in annual revenue and over 100,000 employees. She was appointed by President Obama to the National Security Telecommunications Advisory Committee (NSTAC) and was elected to Oracle’s board of directors. Her name is Renee James and today, she oversees a 300-person fledgling tech firm that manufactures computer chips – a sector that most venture capitalists get antsy talking about when words like “investment” and “opportunity” come up...
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