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CEO of Tribetan | Technologist | Public Speaker | Innovator | Global Serial Entrepreneur | Digital Radio Pioneer | Inventor | Artist | Educator | Storyteller = 52 Countries + 7 StartUps + 2 IPOs + Patent
Tiffany Norwood is a global serial entrepreneur with a career spanning 30 years, seven start-ups, two IPOs and a patent. In her 20s, she raised $670 million to fund a global satellite radio start-up called WorldSpace, within a couple of years XM Radio was born and still exists today as part of Sirius XM.
Ms. Norwood is considered one of the pioneers of digital broadcasting. She personally did some of the first ever digital content licensing deals in the 1990s with Michael Bloomberg (Bloomberg News) and Phil Kent (CNN). Tiffany was also an early collaborator with the Fraunhofer Institute and their MP3 and MP4 technologies, spending many nights at their labs in Germany more than 20 years ago.
In 1998 she was a keynote speaker about the future of broadcasting and content distribution at a global symposium in Canada. She was the only entrepreneur invited, the only business woman and at age 30, the youngest. Later her remarks were included as a separate chapter in the book "Challenges for International Broadcasting" and her comments were an accurate preview of the future to come, not only in satellite radio, but also digital content, media and broadcasting, all before iTunes, YouTube and Google!
Currently, she is the Founder and CEO of Tribetan an education startup that is focused on teaching and sharing the science of turning imagination into reality. Ultimately Tiffany wants the entrepreneurial skill set of manifesting ideas to be as well know as reading writing and math. She knows this skillset will define success in the future for individuals, companies and countries.
Tiffany has an MBA from Harvard and a BS in Economics with a concentration in statistics and electrical engineering from Cornell. She has lived, worked and visited over 50 countries.