Marcus Whitney sits down with Chris Brogan on The Backpack about his journey with entrepreneurship and his book Create and Orchestrate.
Marcus also talks about some of his failures and lessons he has learned as an entrepreneur.Read More
Patrick Butler of Knowledge Without College podcast sits down with Marcus Whitney.
Marcus Whitney demystifies much of what keeps people from pursuing entrepreneurship and explains why it’s the only vocation that allows you to control your time by using your creativity.Read More
This episode’s guest on #MWL is Nada Taha. We discuss Black women in health and health tech, as well as the impact these industries have had on Black women clinically, professionally, and personally.Read More
This episode’s guest on #MWL is Susanne Tedrick. We talk about issues keeping women of color out of tech, how people can be allies to women of color, and how to grow and develop your network.Read More
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Marcus Whitney built his career in technology and as an entrepreneur from the ground up.
“I got into tech as a way to not be waiting tables and to take care of my family,” Whitney said. “I started teaching myself how to code. Back then, you did not have Nashville Software School, or even online schools for code, like Code Academy. You had to go to a bookstore and get a paper book and read it.”
That was the first step. It landed Whitney a job in software development at Nashville-based Health Stream and later with the email marketing start-up, Emma.Read More