By flying them over the places that shaped who they are today, Airtime brings you the stories of inspirational entrepreneurs. Find out where they get their drive from, how they made it, and who shaped them along the way. These are stories of the founders of some of the world’s most innovative and disruptive companies. All told at 3,000 feet.
From Silicon Valley to Seattle, this is the inspirational story of leading tech entrepreneur Michel Feaster, co-Founder and CEO of Usermind.
After dropping out of Harvard, Michel managed convenience stores in Providence. In this episode, Stephen uncovers her unusual journey to becoming a leading Silicon Valley tech exec and Seattle enterprise tech startup founder.
Hear about the impact that Ben Horowitz and Marc Andreessen had on her life, what shaped her career and where she gets her entrepreneurial drive from. Already backed by almost $50 million of venture capital funding, Michel continues to inspire the next generation of women in tech…
This episode was filmed while flying from San Carlos to Seattle in a Cirrus SR22T. Stephen Newton is an EASA and FAA Instrument Rated pilot and is the Founder & Managing Partner of Elixirr.
For each episode of Airtime, Elixirr has made a donation to a charity selected by our guest star. Michel has chosen the USO, a leading organization that serves the men and women in the U.S. military, and their families. We are proud to support.
You can find out more about Michel and Usermind at www.usermind.com.
Elixirr has offset every hour flown during the production of Airtime with carbon credits from Climate Care, a leading organisation helping businesses turn their climate responsibilities into positive outcomes.