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Jessica Santana

Jessica sharing her thoughts for successful leadership

Jessica Santana

Jessica Santana

Executive Director
New York On Tech
The Hard Thing About Hard Things
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The Hard Thing About Hard Things by Ben Horowitz

Great resource for start-up entrepreneurs.

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Never Eat Alone by Keith Ferrazzi

Great resource on building relationships.

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Choose Yourself! by James Altucher

Great resource on self-care for entrepreneurs.

About Jessica Santana

Jessica Santana is one of the co-founders of New York On Tech (NYOT), a nonprofit organization on a mission to prepare the next generation of technology leaders emerging from New York City. NYOT provides underrepresented students with access to the development, mentoring, networking and professional experiences that prepare them for degrees and careers in technology. Their work has been featured in major media outlets such as Forbes, CNN, Wells Fargo, Sirius XM Radio, Huffington Post, TechCrunch, BET, Black Enterprise, AlleyWatch and The Network Journal. Prior to NYOT, Santana worked as a technology consultant for global brands such as JPMorgan Chase, Accenture and Deloitte and has been named to the Forbes 30 Under 30 list. She is a Pahara Institute Next-Gen Leader, World Economic Forum Global Shaper, Entrepreneur in Residence at General Assembly, 2015 Wells Fargo Millennial Activist, 2015 Camelback Ventures Social Innovation Fellow, 2016 Points of Light Civic Accelerator Entrepreneur, 4.0 Schools Launch Entrepreneur, JPMorganChase Global Enterprise Technology Leader, Morgan Stanley Emerging Leader, Deloitte Future Leaders Apprentice and one of 50 Visionary Women Leaders to Watch in 2015 by Innov8tiv Magazine. Santana is also one of the inaugural technology anchors on Univision. Her commitment to philanthropy and community engagement is evidenced by her world travels and work in parts of Europe, China and South America to better local communities and economies through work with nonprofits, private companies and social enterprises. She graduated with degrees in Accounting and Information Technology from Syracuse University.