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Heather Wilde is CTO of ROCeteer, and is also known as the “Unicorn Whisperer” due to her special focus on entrepreneurs. She is a personal and professional growth expert, executive coach, author, and speaker.
As a founding employee of Evernote, she oversaw the company’s growth from thousands to 100,000,000 customers. She is one of the only women to have wholly programmed, designed, produced and published a game at the company THQ. She has led development, scalability, and reliability engineering of websites with 60+ million unique monthly visitors, 1.7+ billion monthly page views, and 99.99% uptime SLA requirements.
Heather has received commendations for her work from the United States Government, as well as Awards for Mentor/Coach of the Year, Female Executive of the year, Business Role Model of the year, Entrepreneur of the Year and CIO of the Year and been named Top Writer on Quora 3 years in a row. Among her other awards, Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid selected her for a commendation for her work in increasing STEM education in schools.
Wilde’s writing and speaking spans social media, entrepreneurialism, startups, leadership, cybersecurity, customer experience, fundraising, and diversity issues. She writes for Forbes and hosts the “Entrepreneurial Revolution” column for Inc Magazine.
She currently lives in Las Vegas, NV.
All of Heather’s programs are highly interactive, multi-media presentations that engage your people and create instant buy-in to her concepts. Her approach to preparing for your event ensures a message that is tailored for your group every time.
Heather’s varied background as a female executive in the gaming industry, aviation, healthcare and education combined with her success as a serial entrepreneur makes her message interesting, entertaining and relatable to any audience.
At the end of her presentations, attendees will walk out the door energized, motivated, and equipped with simple, actionable tools that they can immediately integrate into their lives and your business.