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Tiffany Pham

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Occupation  Entrepreneur
Name  Tiffany Pham
Movies  Hermit

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Born  November 27, 1986 (age 29) (1986-11-27)
Alma mater  Yale University, Harvard Business School
Books  From Business Strategy to Information Technology Roadmap: A Practical Guide for Executives and Board Members
Education  Yale University, Harvard Business School
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Mogul ceo tiffany pham receives 2014 cadillac ivy innovator award

Tiffany Pham (born 27 November 1986) is the Founder & CEO of Mogul, an online news aggregator and publishing platform for women.


Tiffany pham founder and ceo of mogul


Tiffany Pham graduated with distinction from Yale University and Harvard Business School.


Tiffany Pham is the Founder & CEO of Mogul, a platform reaching 18 million women per week that was named a "Top NYC Startup to Watch" in 2015 by Entrepreneur, "Best Website for Finding Top Talent" by Inc. Magazine, and "Top Site for Marketing Your Company Online" by Forbes. Pham was named one of Forbes "30 Under 30" in Media, Business Insider "30 Most Important Women Under 30" in Technology, ELLE Magazine "30 Women Under 30 Who Are Changing the World," Recipient of the Cadillac "IVY Innovator Award" in Film, and a Tribeca Disruptive Innovation Awards Fellow.

In 2016, Pham was interviewed by Guy Kawasaki onstage at SXSW, where she was dubbed "The Queen of Millennials." Pham was subsequently featured in a campaign by fashion designer Ellen Tracy, joining spokesmodels Cindy Crawford and Stephanie Seymour. Pham has also appeared in campaigns for Dell, Captain Morgan, Visa, LUNA, and Bumble and bumble. Pham is a Judge on the TLC show Girl Starter, executive produced by Al Roker, and Co-Host of the show The Positive Pushback from Jonathan Faulhaber, Veteran Producer and Director of The View.

Pham is the Co-Producer of Girlfriend (2010 film), which premiered at the 2010 Toronto International Film Festival and won the 2011 Gotham Awards Audience Award. She is also the Co-Producer of Funny Bunny, which premiered at the 2015 South by Southwest Film Festival. Through Mogul, she is also on the producing team behind AWOL, which premiered at the 2016 Tribeca Film Festival. She co-founded the Beijing International Screenwriting Competition with the Vice Mayor of Beijing.

Pham is the author of the book From Business Strategy to Information Technology Roadmap: A Practical Guide for Executives and Board Members, published by CRC Press in 2013.


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