Janet Lee is an MBA candidate at the UCLA Anderson School of Management on a full-tuition fellowship. She is currently working for TenOneTen Ventures, Visible Hands VC and Tech Coast Angels. Before business school, she started two businesses, a tech-forward real estate brokerage and international trade & logistics company. Her MBA focus is venture capital, for which she was recently awarded the Deutschman Venture Fellowship.
Prior to her entrepreneurial ventures, her first love was the health sciences and she performed wet-lab lung cancer research for four years at USC, resulting in a paper published in the American Association for Cancer Research journal. She currently holds a Master’s degree in Global Medicine and a Bachelor’s Degree in Health Promotion from USC’s Keck School of Medicine. Her creative hobbies include hip hop dance and performing as a SAG actor with speaking roles on shows like “Grey’s Anatomy”, “This is Us”, “Shameless”, and on commercials with brands like McDonald's, Infiniti, and Sony.
I get it. At a high level, a personal CRM seems icky - why should I be tracking my friends? That seems transactional - I should remember her favorite color or the name of his dog. But if you know me at all, you would know that my memory is not my superpower. What is much stronger than my memory is my desire to connect with others and to show my friends that I care.
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I wanted to take some time to chat about my experience with Propel, a community of builders, operators and founders. It is run by three co-founders, Emily, Tom & Scott. The one I that I am closest to is Emily and she is definitely someone you want to have in your corner. She is a super-connector that has boundless energy with a whole lot of get-shit-done attitude.