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Upcoming: Virtual book tour to explore the frontier of Emotional Intelligence and Technology


Dear Sharp­Brains com­mu­ni­ty,

I hope you’re stay­ing healthy and safe. As you may know, my mem­oir, Girl Decod­ed, pub­lished by Pen­guin Ran­dom House, comes out on April 21st. I’d planned numer­ous events across the U.S. and abroad to share my sto­ry with all of you. But, in light of the glob­al health cri­sis sur­round­ing COVID-19, every­thing is right­ful­ly can­celed.

In this time when we need to social­ly dis­tance, I know I’m crav­ing human con­nec­tion more than ever. I still want to con­nect with you all on the themes dis­cussed in my book.

Join me as I kick off my vir­tu­al book tour! 

Start­ing tomor­row March 25th, every Wednes­day at noon US East­ern Time / 17:00 GMT, you can join me in a livestream on LinkedIn and Face­book. I’ll read excerpts from my book and will share my expe­ri­ences and best prac­tices as a sci­en­tist turned entre­pre­neur, and one of few women lead­ing an AI com­pa­ny.

I look for­ward to see­ing you all online, and can’t wait to hear your sto­ries and ques­tions.


About the Book:

Girl Decod­ed: A Sci­en­tist’s Quest to Reclaim Our Human­i­ty by Bring­ing Emo­tion­al 

Intel­li­gence to Tech­nol­o­gy

In a cap­ti­vat­ing mem­oir, an Egypt­ian Amer­i­can vision­ary and sci­en­tist pro­vides an inti­mate view of her per­son­al trans­for­ma­tion as she fol­lows her calling—to human­ize our tech­nol­o­gy and how we con­nect with one anoth­er.

–> Pre-order HERE

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