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A longtime believer in technology for social good, Susan turned her professional attention to solving a seemingly intractable social problem.
In 2014 Susan founded Big Mountain Data – a social impact startup dedicated to applying technology solutions to combat the hidden-in-plain-sight societal epidemic of intimate partner violence and abuse.
Monthly Archives: August 2008
This week I have to travel to San Francisco for an industry conference. I’ve been really committed and haven’t strayed from the Phase 1 or Phase 2 “recommended” lists so far. I’m a little concerned about the dinners, parties, etc. … Continue reading
So, technically today completes my 14-day Phase One on the SBD. I was really disappointed that I gained 1 and a half pounds this morning. I’m not sure why or how that happened, but it was much of a downer … Continue reading
How many tops do I own like this? Why is it that fat people drop more food than the average (size) person? And how many pounds will I have to lose before I stop gooping on my clothes? What the … Continue reading
1. I’m too fat. (ugh) 2. I didn’t shave my legs. 3. My ipod earphones don’t fit. 4. I can’t find my exercise bra. 5. I won’t know how to work the new treadmills at the new gym. 6. I … Continue reading
So far, so good. My daughter and I went out to dinner tonight at the local Red Lobster. I was able to order grilled salmon, asparagus, and broccoli. It was great! It’s really easy for me (so far) to continue … Continue reading
My first week is coming to an end. I feel good. I figured out I lost 11 pounds in 6 days. I didn’t weight myself today. I will tomorrow though. Tonight I’m searching online for shrimp recipes. I’m half-way done … Continue reading