First-Ever Chief Technology Officer Minerva Tantoco on New York City’s Future in Tech

Encore: December 21, 2014

From Flushing, Queens, to Silicon Valley, to City Hall: that’s part of the trajectory that financial technology veteran Minerva Tantoco has taken on her way to becoming the city’s first-ever Chief Technology Officer.

She joined MetroFocus host Rafael Pi Roman to talk about her personal journey, the launching of .nyc and the barriers that still exist for women in the tech industry.

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