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Gina Bianchini

Social Software Entrepreneur

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We know social software can help us find friends online, but can it be used to collaborate on common goals and interests? Gina Bianchini discusses the potential of social software for personal and career development.

Gina's Biography

Political Roots: In 1992, she worked at a Political Action Committee for the election of Bill Clinton.
To Her 15-Year-Old Self: Do more things that scare you.
Role Models: Gloria Steinem, Sheryl Sandberg, and Jennifer Siebel Newsom
Message for America: "Find one person, male or female, who you believe you can inspire in small, and potentially big, ways."

Gina Bianchini, a social software entrepreneur, does not believe in missing opportunities. Previously CEO of Ning, co-founded with Marc Andreessen, she now heads the Palo Alto, California startup, Mightybell, a social networking app designed to provide step-by-step instructions to those looking for meaningful experiences. Gina’s most recent venture, Levo League, aims to create a medium to help young female professionals break through the glass ceiling.

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