For this week’s women in tech Wednesday, we have the CEO of Mogul, Tiffany Pham.
What is Mogul you might ask? It is a platform for women by women to share their ideas, advice, and content based on their interests. Mogul currently reaches 18.6 million women per week in 196 countries. It is a website that has received standing ovations from Business Insider, ELLE, Forbes, and Entrepreneur…to name a few. The website allows women to contribute articles about growth, love, world new, style, and culture. It also contains mentorship programs that give you 24/7 access to programs that can help with educational and professional growth. It is an intersectional website and makes sure to not leave anyone out.
Mogul started off in 2014 by Tiffany Pham. At the time, she was a one-woman team. Pham created and coded the first version of Mogul. Within a week of its launch, the site already had 2 million users. While working on the site, Pham was also working at CBS handling strategic initiatives and partnerships and eventually worked alongside CBS President. She also worked alongside Beijing’s vice major and produced featured films and documentaries. With Mogul, she wanted to provide women everywhere with news they might not be able to find otherwise and that’s exactly what she has been able to provide. She has allowed everyone to have a voice and be heard by people around the world that log on to the website. In creating Mogul, she has also hired women and men to join her team and continue this amazing platform.
Apart of from being CEO of Mogul, Pham travels around the world to conferences on tech and women in the tech industry.
Check out her interview with ELLE here and Mogul to find out more about what it has to offer.