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March 8, 2023

theCUBE Insights | WiDS 2023

About This Video

Lisa Martin, Tracy Zhang, & Hannah Freitag wrap up WiDS 2023 from Stanford University, CA.

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Anchor - Tech TV and Industry Analyst, theCUBE

Lisa Martin is the principal of LuccaZara, Inc, a boutique marketing agency delivering marketing services to tech companies in Silicon Valley. She’s also a streaming/live broadcast TV host/emcee, having interviewed over 650 executives from Michael Dell, CEO and Chairman of Dell Technologies, to personal financial expert Suze Orman, on the many applications of technology innovation. The technologies she regularly discusses include AI, machine learning, cloud computing, storage, cybersecurity, data protection, IoT, enterprise communications, integration, XaaS, and mobile. When she’s not filming tech guests, Lisa works with tech companies building and executing marketing programs. Current clients include Druva, Coupa, SingleStore, Boomi, Netomi, and Celigo. Past clients include TIBCO, HelloSign (a Dropbox Company), Stampli, PropellerCRM and LAVA.

Data Journalism Student at Stanford University

Tracy Zihan Zhang graduated from Northwestern University in 2022 with a bachelor’s degree in Journalism and Economics with a minor in Film & Media Studies. On campus, she worked on the video desk at The Daily Northwestern, as well as writing and editing for NU Asian Magazine. During the year of remote school, she went back home to Beijing, where she interned on the editorial team of Vogue China while freelancing for Portrait, China’s top feature writing magazine. At Stanford, she hopes to hone her skills in investigative journalism and explore her interest in storytelling through innovative digital techniques. After experiencing the snow days in the Midwest, she is ready and excited to be in the sun of California.

Journalism Graduate Student (M.A. Communication), Stanford University

Hannah holds a bachelor’s degree in social science from Humboldt-University in Berlin, Germany. She is passionate about society and politics and chose social science to be a journalist who reports knowledgeable about sociopolitical topics. Hannah worked at Humboldt University as a research assistant to enhance her data science skills and be able to write data-driven stories. Her interest in international politics brought her for half a year to the EU’s capital – Brussels – where she interned at the central press office of the European Commission. She supported the digital economy and innovation team in various press announcements and communications about policy proposals by the Commission. In her free time, Hannah enjoys spending active time outside in the nature and discovering new places. At other times, she likes to sing, play the piano or saxophone.