|Chris Bennett is the co-founder and CEO of Soldsie, a web based product that allows merchants to sell through their Facebook news feed. He is passionate about social change, innovation, and the Internet. He has a background founding businesses from an early age and his last startup, LiquidBooks, was a success on the University of Pennsylvania campus. In his free time, he loves to travel, swap stories, and explore San Francisco. Chris holds a B.S. in Economics from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.|
|Hadiyah Mujhid is an entrepreneur and software engineer. She is passionate about tech, startups, and all things geek. Hadiyah is also a community advocate and serves as a mentor to disadvantaged youth. Hadiyah holds a B.S. in Computer Science from University of Maryland Eastern Shore and an MBA from Drexel University.|
|Nnena Ukuku is an attorney who works with early stage startups. She works with them because, like her, they believe they can change their world and are passionate. She is involved in Black Founders because she wants to see minorities and women thrive–not simply survive. Nnena is active within the San Francisco Bar Association. She enjoys dancing (tango), writing plays, cooking and singing. She also enjoys filling her home with food and good conversation.|
Monique Woodard is an entrepreneur, marketing expert, and the creator of Speak Chic — the mobile app that teaches you how to pronounce fashion brands. She has worked in product management and marketing for more than ten years with a focus on
e-commerce, affiliate marketing, subscription commerce, and online entertainment. Monique is passionate about creating consumer web and mobile products. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from the University of Miami.