Shaherose Charania is a Canadian-born tech entrepreneur.
Charania is the founder of Founder Labs and Women 2.0.
She consulted Ribbit (acquired by British Telecom) on various consumer products and market launches. Previously, she was Director of Product Management at Talenthouse where she led the company’s product from concept to initial alpha launch.
Before that she was at JAJAH (acquired by Telefónica/O2) as the Director of Product Management and Marketing. She began her career in Silicon Valley at TiE Global overseeing governance and operations of 40+ entrepreneurship centers.
In parallel, Shaherose is perhaps best known as the CoFounder and CEO of Women 2.0, a media company offering content, community and conferences for aspiring and current women innovators in technology. She has led its growth to include tens of thousands of participants, hosting monthly educational and networking workshops and engaging entrepreneurs and investors from top Venture Capital firms and Angel circles. Over the years she has seen over 300 early stage startups through Women 2.0 and has a strong interest in supporting the entrepreneurial ecosystem.
She applies her commitment to positive social change to her role as a Board member for Good World Solutions that builds mobile apps to empowering factory workers in China, India, and other global markets to enable safety, communication and responsibility between employers and workers.
Shaherose holds a B.A. in Business Admin from the University of Western Ontario’s Richard Ivey School of Business and completed an international exchange program at ESADE in Barcelona, Spain.
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