Episode 48 - Thinking less about stereotypes and appreciating people as people in today's global economy and culture with Eric Quon-Lee

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Terri talks to Eric Quon-Lee about he was drawn to the US from Canada because of his need to go faster. Terri and Eric talk about how globalization has shaken people’s foundations making them revisit their values which can be very uncomfortable and resisting bias takes effort.

Who is Terri Mead? 

Terri Hanson Mead is President of Solutions2Projects, LLC, a consulting company that provides IT strategy and IT compliance services in the life sciences space in addition to expert witness consulting services.  She is also an active angel investor and former Vice President of Sand Hill Angels, regularly advises startups and in her spare time, flies helicopters.  She is passionate about supporting, and advocating for, female founders and investors and has created Class Bravo Ventures to more formally do so.  

Show Highlights 

  • It’s ok to be vulnerable 

  • You are worthy 

  • Ask for help; learn to receive as well as you give 

  • Friendships don’t need to be forever 

  • Trust others 

  • If you are feeling lonely, reach out your hand and someone will come running (modified from a song from Dear Evan Hanson) 


You can follow Terri on Twitter at @terrihansonmead or go to her website at www.terrihansonmead.com or on Medium:  https://medium.com/@terrihansonmead 

Feel free to email her at PilotingYourLife@gmail.com. 

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