This week, I’m sharing with you a conversation about a side of the post-PhD experience that is kind of a blind spot for me – the place of social science graduates in the tech space.
To talk about this, I had the pleasure of having a conversation with Victoria (Tory) Wobber, growth and leadership coach and consultant.
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Dr. Victoria (Tory) Wobber received her PhD in Human Evolutionary Biology in 2012 and secured a role as a data scientist at Facebook in 2013. She now runs her own business as a career and leadership coach.
Tory has three degrees from Harvard, worked at Facebook and Google, and developed the Academic Exit framework after making the transition from academia to industry herself and coaching more than 50 people through that same transition.
Thank you, Tory Wobber!
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