Anna Murray

Anna Murray

Anna is one of an extraordinarily rare species—a woman who owns and runs a successful software development company. She is the author of several books, most recently the critically acclaimed The Complete Software Project Manager, and is a nationally recognized technology consultant, speaker and blogger. Her articles and columns have appeared in several on-line and print publications including Industrial Engineer, Industrial Management, Manufacturing Business Technology, Banking Exchange, Hotel Business, Non Profit Journal, SC Magazine, Information Management, Non Profit World, and New York Law Journal.

Anna was born and raised in New York City. She attended Yale University, earning a Bachelor of Arts, and Columbia University where she received her Masters of Science. Following a successful career in education and multimedia publishing, she foresaw the world-changing impact of the internet and the world-wide-web and founded emedia in 1996.

As one of the earliest web development firms, emedia has developed strategy and implemented innovative solutions for many clients including The Kellogg Corporation, Harvard Business Publishing, Time Out New York, Slate Group, IST, The American Association of Advertising Agencies, International Creative Management, Consumer Reports, and The National Institutes of Health.

Anna is a double winner of the Stevie Award for Women in Business, a recipient of a Mobile Marketing Association award for mobile app development, several Kellogg top agency awards, and most recently Folio’s Top Women in Media Award.

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Anna Murray joins Jim Blasingame to discuss some of the challenges - and causes of - women in the technology sector acquiring venture capital.
Anna Murray joins Jim Blasingame to discuss the issue of women in the tech industry, and why it’s important to make this sector more gender diverse, including three factors to pursue.
Anna Murray joins Jim Blasingame to share her story about how an English major broke into the tech industry in the early days of the Internet, because she didn’t know she wasn’t supposed to do that.