Soulaima Gourani

Soulaima Gourani

Soulaima Gourani is a Danish-African female immigrant and former street child who has dedicated her life to uplifting underserved communities. She is the co-founder of Happioh, a virtual meeting and online collaboration software, backed by some of the most prominent Silicon Valley Angels.

Soulaima was appointed a "Young Global Leader" by the World Economic Forum. In 2019, she received the Ideas Into Practice Award from Thinkers50 followed by a Radar30 award from the organization in 2020. She has also been named the Entrepreneur Of The Year® Judge and has served as a TED Mentor.

Soulaima is a frequent motivational keynote speaker at major conferences, and has co-authored several bestselling books on how to succeed in life, life design, and the "future of work."

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Soulaima Gourani joins Jim Blasingame to discuss the unprecedented and multi-faceted power that a handful of Big Tech firms wield, and what the rest of us can do to minimize their impact.
Soulaima Gourani joins Jim Blasingame to discuss why employers should expect to spend time and resources on the support necessary for their remote workers, including the physical, technical and mental aspects.
Soulaima Gourani joins Jim Blasingame to discuss how working remotely during the pandemic has created permanent shifts in how companies will engage with workers in the future.