Unicorns in Tech Summit 2021

Program & Speakers

Unicorns in Tech Summit 2021

Program & Speakers


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12:15 CEST


14:30 CEST

Pitching Session
Web Development Sprint Workshop
(2 hours)

Le  Wagon

“I never thought I could write” – Top Tips for Tech Blogging
(2 hours)

Samir Hanna

15:00 CEST

Networking Time
Networking Time
Networking Time
Web Development Sprint Workshop
(2 hours)

Le  Wagon

“I never thought I could write” – Top Tips for Tech Blogging
(2 hours)

Samir Hanna

16:00 CEST

Data Analyst Sprint Workshop
(2 hours)

Le  Wagon

Startup Masterclass: Venture Capital Fundraising
(2 hours)

Erdinç Koç

17:00 CEST

Data Analyst Sprint Workshop
(2 hours)

Le  Wagon

Startup Masterclass: Venture Capital Fundraising
(2 hours)

Erdinç Koç

17:30 CEST

Networking Time
Networking Time
Networking Time
Networking Time
Networking Time

12:15 CEST


Welcome Everyone

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STAGE 1, 2 & 3


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KEYNOTE – Free and open source culture and you…

STAGE 1| 12:30

Most of you are familiar with commercial software like Microsoft or Oracle or Adobe. Unless you work for those companies you never get to see the source code of the software, so you do not know how it works. Also, you never own the software….it belongs to them…they only let you use it. This talk will be about a different way of creating software that migrated to hardware and even culture…..where you work with other people to meet all of your needs, and the end user is allowed to own the software…in fact we all own the software. The talk will also be sprinkled with how the tech industry has been fairly accepting of LGBTIQ+ people, where “show me the code” is the only thing important to many.

By Jon Maddog Hall (he/him)
Board Chair | Linux Professional Institute

Jon “Maddog” Hall is the Board Chair of the Linux Professional Institute, Co-founder of Caninos Loucos, the President of Project Cauã and the President of Linux International. Since 1969, Mr. Hall has been a programmer, systems designer, systems administrator, product manager, technical marketing manager, educator, author, CEO and consultant. He worked on Unix systems since 1980 and Linux systems since 1994, when he first met Linus Torvalds and recognized the commercial importance of FOSS. Mr. Hall has taught at Hartford State Technical College, Merrimack College and Daniel Webster College. Mr. Hall is the author of many magazine and newspaper articles, many presentations and one book, “Linux for Dummies”. Mr. Hall received his BS in Commerce and Engineering from Drexel University (1973), and his MSCS from RPI in Troy, New York (1977).



Agile for AI

STAGE 1| 13:30

Are you in an Artificial Intelligence, Data Science or Machine Learning team? Are you struggling to make Agile ‘work’ for you? Niamh will bring you through how to apply Agile principles and meetings to Data Teams by adapting traditional Scrum methodology for Data Science. You will learn how to be a self-organised team, and thrive with Agile!

By Niamh Teeling (she/her)
Business Architect | Accenture

Niamh is a Business Architect and Agile Advocate. She has over five years’ experience in Product, and is now working with a Global IT Data Innovation team in The Dock, Accenture’s Innovation Centre, in Dublin, Ireland. Her professional interest areas are Diversity & Inclusion, Agile, Sustainability, Innovation. She holds certifications PSPO I and PSM I with Scrum.org, and SAFE 4.0.


Redefining the “Diversity Hire”

STAGE 2| 13:30

You do your job. Maybe you even do it well. But if you work in an industry like tech that is struggling to include underrepresented people, then – at some point – you’ve probably had a very uncomfortable thought: Am I here to fill a quota? Am I a diversity hire? The answer may be “yes”… but that’s not just okay, it’s actually kinda awesome.

By Taylor Anderson (she/her)
Content Manager | Speedinvest

Raised in the northeastern United States, Taylor worked as a teacher for ten years. But as she became more and more involved with social media and event planning at her school, it became clear that a different career was calling her. So she picked up the skills she had learned as an educator and brought them to the Communications team at Speedinvest. While making society more equitable has always been important to her, the Black Lives Matter movement and her own coming out as a trans woman motivated her to achieve one of her proudest professional accomplishments: The development of her company’s long-term Equal Opportunity and Inclusion (EOI) strategy. Now, in addition to her work as Content Manager, she heads up EOI networking and communications at Speedinvest.


Digital Storytelling and the Social Media Algorithms

STAGE 3| 13:30

Social Media Companies are filtering and sorting your contents on certain criteria and publish them only to a small percentage of your followers. With billions of users on Social Media active every day, many changes and regulations, new platforms on the rise and massive competition, it’s key to understand how the platforms operate, their agendas and have a smart strategy in place.

We are looking behind the Social Media Algorithms of Facebook, Insta., TikTok and Co. and see how to reach 1) the right people 2) at the right time with 3) the right message. Explore the art of storytelling and how to make people care about what you have to say.

By Mathias Haas (he/him)
CEO & Curator TEDx | Supersocial

Mathias Haas is Founder and CEO of SuperSocial a Social Media and Event Experience Design Agency and Curator of TEDxDonauinsel in Vienna. Mathias teaches Social Media Communication, Digital Storytelling & eCommerce at several Universities such as the Austrian Marketing University for applied Sciences, the EPFL and the University of Vienna and Zürich. Meanwhile, Mathias serves as National Expert for Austria for the World Summit Awards within the UN SDG framework. Mathias lives for his passion: off-beaten-track travelling, youth work, social media and digital competence, technological innovations, learning about new cultures, and adventures.


Make your product accessible again!

STAGE 1| 14:00

Please meet my personas as a best practice for a diverse, equal and inclusive (DEI) IoT product. Nothing is more frustrating and boring than a product that only works for cis white men. Using personas in story & product requirements makes it a lot easier to work with your dev team and you will create awareness for an inclusive product that works for everyone!

By Daniela Schubert (she/they)
Product owner

Product owner and team lead with extensive experience in solution, product and team focused work. Employs excellent Agile framework & leadership skills. Demonstrated ability to improve several IoT and customer related products. Strong background in diversity & accessibility standards. LGBTQIA+ activist.


The Hero in You: Celebrating diversity and creating the space for your individual expression in life

STAGE 2| 14:00

I used to be afraid of drag queens – until I turned into one to discover how much power I have to change the world” Learning to speak openly about your achievements will help others understand your strengths and skills. Discussing self-promotion and why it can be so difficult, and also share practical tips on boosting your confidence and self-worth to enable you to progress further in your personal development and cultivate a growth mindset. The main goal of my talk is to empower underrepresented groups to speak openly about their accomplishments in the workplace and beyond, thereby breaking modesty norms and glass ceilings.

By Shlomi Moto Wagner (he/her/they)
Creative content and marketing consultant / Performance-Artist / Opera Singer / Drag Queen

Marketing specialist and creative content: Consult brands how to find and connect with their audiences / Performance artist / opera singer / Dreamer.


From Ideation to Execution – Framework for Strategic Partnerships Across Any Industry

STAGE 3| 14:00

Strategic Partnerships are critical to business development and driving innovation across any industry. In this talk, Karl will walk you through the lifecycle of a Strategic Partnership. From ideation to negotiation to getting the contract signed – to what happens next – learn a useful framework for launching an impactful Strategic Partnership within your own organization.

By Karl Ryan (he/him)
Senior Strategic Partnerships Manager | Spark Network

Karl is a full-stack digital marketing professional, originally from Seattle, WA. Starting his career 7 years ago in Tokyo, he has since held positions across the entire Marketing Funnel: from inbound and performance marketing, to brand strategy and now business development, his nuanced experience lends him a highly-strategic output, executing ideas that drive impact and innovation. Feel free to reach out via his personal e-mail or LinkedIn to chat – Karl is always open to meet people and learn about new opportunities.


What happens when Scrum and schools have a baby?

STAGE 1 | 14:30

When Scrum started dating education, coding bootcamps were born. Now that bootcamps are entering their pre-teen years, the relationship is taking on their next step. With Scrum events and rituals fully integrated within curriculum design, the education space is about to be fully transformed.

By Juliette Chevalier (she/her)
VP of Special Projects and Lead Software Engineer | Admios

Software engineer and programming teacher, Juliette started her career as a Panamanian diplomat to the UN. Within a few years, she realized many of the issues riddling international relations could be more efficiently solved using software, so she quit her job and learned to code. Today, aside from working as VP of Special Projects at software development firm, Admios, Juliette teaches programming around the world, and writes a weekly newsletter called nerd_splash, focusing on technology trends and the future of education.


The Mental Boardroom™: Your Key to Keeping Your Sh!t Together These Days

STAGE 2| 14:30

The world has changed so much, so quickly. Many of us wonder how to move forward strategically when the future is a huge question mark. What if I could give you a way to move forward confidently and make huge life-changing decisions, without regret?
The framework of the Mental Boardroom™ can do exactly that. How do audience members benefit from using the Mental Boardroom™? Audience members walk away knowing how to:

  • Make regret-free decisions in their lives, even during times of transition.
  • Free others from our stories, priorities, and expectations, therefore our connections become deeper.
  • Understand how to utilize the principles of Emotional Intelligence for the rest of their lives.

By Elena Joy Thurston (she/her)
Executive Director | Pride & Joy Foundation

Elena Joy Thurston is an inspirational LGBTQ+ author, trainer, and founder of the nonprofit Pride and Joy Foundation. A Mormon mom of four who lost her marriage, her church, and her community when she came out as a lesbian, Elena’s viral TEDx talk on surviving conversion therapy has been viewed 40,000+ times and landed her media and speaking opportunities with ABC, CBS, Logitech, Penn State, and Michael’s. Elena Joy recently launched Pride and Joy Publishing, the only publisher of solely LGBTQ+ empowerment and business books.

Her first book, Thriving in Business: Strategies for the LGBTQ+ Entrepreneur, is coming out on October 5 and is currently in pre-sale.


Emergence, AI and the future of computing

STAGE 1| 15:30

As the recent years have made clear, despite the hype, AI will not come as a boom like suggested by movies and books. Rather, it’s becoming pervasive little by little, emulating a natural concept called Emergence. This talk will explore the concept of Emergence and draw lessons from the past to explain what this could mean for the future of computing.

By Paulo Azevedo (he/him)
Senior Solutions Architect | Flixbus

Paulo Azevedo is an IT professional based in Germany, where he’s spent the last few years working on AI and machine learning projects at different capacities. He’s done data analysis, software development, developed machine learning models, and lately has been focusing on agile project management. Since March 2017 he’s been working at FlixMobility, a German mobility startup with operations in 30 countries, where he was responsible for the strategy and implementation of voice platforms.


Build the confidence to get your career unstuck

STAGE 2| 15:30

Sometimes it feels like you are stuck in your career, you might feel like you are not heard in meetings or you feel like you are simply not good enough. Chances are this is not linked to a lack of skills or experience but not showing up as your full self with confidence. In this talk, you will learn the neuroscience of confidence and how this might influence your career. You will also learn a tool to give your confidence and career just the boost it might need.

By Miguel Baumann (he/him)
Career & Leadership Coach 

Miguel Baumann is a serial entrepreneur, corporate manager, and certified leadership coach. He coaches tech leaders on topics including personal growth, authentic leadership, and connection with themselves and their teams. He is originally from Switzerland but now enjoys floating on the canals of Amsterdam, his home for the past 8 years.


Gender equality in the workplace: Gamification and engagement for a fair, feminist future

STAGE 3| 15:30

Women empowerment has made great progress over the past years, and yet achieving actual gender equality in the workplace is still far away. This talk explores the relation between sustainability and equality, the impact of spontaneous bottom-up initiatives and the power of co-creation and innovative story-telling to further feminism and work towards a fairer, more equal world, for all.

By Anika Nicolaas Ponder (she/her)
Team Leader: Sustainability & Innovation | IKEM (Institute for Climate protection, Energy and Mobility)

Anika studied international business in Amsterdam and finished her masters in Development Economics at the Sorbonne in Paris. At IKEM, Anika leads the Sustainability & Innovation team, a group of ten international thinkers and do-ers who take an innovative, interdisciplinary approach to energy transition topics ranging from local green hydrogen to gender equality, and from just transition to citizen participation.

By Bernd Riedel (he/him)
CEO Head of Strategy & Design | Ellery Studio

Bernd Riedel is a designer, entrepreneur and publicist. He worked as an infographic artist and creative strategist in Munich, Berlin and New York. Since 2015, he is co-founder and Executive Creative Director at Ellery Studio in Berlin. Bernd holds a M.F.A. in Transdisciplinary Design from Parsons School of Design in New York. He is a Parsons Dean’s Scholar, a Fulbright Alumnus and was a Research Fellow at the Center for Data Arts in New York.


How to reach absolutely everybody with your digital product – accessibility as a superpower

STAGE 1| 16:00

Surely you’ve heard of digital accessibility before. But why is it so important and who really benefits from an accessible website or app? Let us introduce you to the topic, get to know the target groups, some legal reasons and practical do’s and don’ts to remember. We’re looking forward to chatting with you!

By Christiane Hahnsch (she/her)
Junior Content Designer | Aperto / IBM iX Berlin

Christiane Hahnsch is a Junior Content Designer at Aperto / IBM iX Berlin. Her primary task is analyzing, designing and creating editorial content for websites. As a member of the in-house Accessibility Working Group, she regularly trains colleagues and clients on accessible content.

By Anna-Katharina Löhn (she/her)
Associate Creative Director | Aperto / IBM iX Berlin

Anna-Katharina Löhn has specialized in the design of websites and apps over the past nine years, supporting in particular public institutions such as universities, libraries, public authorities and ministries in the digitization of their service and information platforms. The designer pays particular attention to the sensitive adaptation and modernization of existing corporate designs and the development of accessible, inclusive interfaces.


Dominate Your Market: How to Build a Powerful Personal Brand in Tech!

STAGE 2 | 16:00

This presentation is for tech professionals who are ready to enhance their careers through personal branding. Each attendee will walk away with core tips and tricks on how to maximize their personal brand through authenticity.

By Rosemary Salem (she/her)
Lifestyle and Business Coach / CEO | Rosemary Salem and Company LLC

Rosemary Salem is the CEO of Rosemary Salem and Company LLC that focuses on Shifting entrepreneurs from Chief of Everything to Chief Executive Officer. She is an International Speaker and Author of Dominate Your Market! “Your Play by Play Guide to Building a Profitable Brand!” She is a Dynamic Speaker and Coach, who has a passion for helping service-based entrepreneurs who struggle with stress and overwhelm in their business and want to shift to be the CEO they were created to be. In working with me they shift from being the Chief of Everything Officer and to a true Purpose-Driven CEO. She fuels you up and gives the tools necessary to make it happen in your business! Her life motto is “Your Vision Matters!”


The evolution of the IT department

STAGE 3| 16:00

The IT department is the core for managing the current technological transformations in a company. This changes not only the requirements for the IT department but also its role. In this presentation, Christian will give you an overview of how IT has evolved to date and what impact the pandemic has had on this otherwise technical department.

By Christian Altwicker (he/him)
Technology Consultant | PwC

Christian has been working at PwC for over three years in CIO Advisory. He advises his clients on the development of new IT strategies and organizational models. In addition to his project work, Christian is a core team member of the LGBT+ business network Shine and is responsible for the organization of internal and external events.


On human connections in Deep Tech – The Power of Networks of AI Startups

STAGE 1| 16:30

Leveraging VC funding beyond the financials – on finding a strategic partner and early-stage support for data-driven startups

By Jörg Rheinboldt  (he/him)
Managing Director | APX Axel Springer Porsche

Jörg Rheinboldt is a founding managing director of APX, the very-early-stage VC backed by Axel Springer and Porsche. Shaping the digital economy of Germany, he has worked with more than a hundred digital companies to sustainable growth. A born leader, Jörg has steered numerous companies to success, including Springer Plug and Play, Alando.de AG, eBay Germany, and betterplace.org.

By Mahdi Manesh  (he/him)
Head of Software Engineering & Deep Tech | Porsche Digital

Mahdi Manesh heads the Software Engineering & Deep Tech Chapters at Porsche Digital. His current research and consulting activities span various aspects of advanced software technologies and CIO advisory with a focus on building digital products and services in the automotive industry. Mahdi received Ph.D. and M.Sc. degrees in Computer Science from the University of Koblenz-Landau as well as a B.Sc. in Computer Science from the Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz.


Agile Risk Management – How to kick ass with a diverse & empowered team

STAGE 2| 16:30

We live in a challenging time. Uncertainty, ambiguity, complexity and volatility make it hard for us to predict what’s ahead and how to satisfy our customers. But the right setup of a team can play a vital role to face and eventually overcome those challenges. In my talk, I will show which practices a diverse product team can use to mitigate the risk in both the discovery and delivery phase of product development and how to create value for the customer.

By Thomas Koch (he/him)
Agile Master | METRO.digital

Father. Coffee nerd. Tech lover. Thomas has been working in agile teams for almost a decade, helping people to grow and create solutions that customers love to use. Thomas used to be a software developer, but there was always one thing that he liked more than code: People. As an Agile Master in Metro.digital, he is now helping teams become better versions of themselves.


Following the HEART for fast and scalable growth

STAGE 3| 16:30

To develop a tech company that scales fast and sustainably. I share the importance of applying a HEART framework. Everything flows from it. The HEART right?

By Nicole Stevens (she/her)
Senior Marketing Strategist | Mailbird

Nicole Stevens is a Senior Marketing with over eight years of experience working alongside senior leaders to help them scale their business. Nicole specializes in Branding, Business Development, and PR. In addition, she is responsible for educating other employees on using progressive Marketing systems and applications, including CRM and mass communication procedures. Nicole is frequently described as a powerful force in the workplace and uses her positive attitude and tireless energy to encourage others to work hard and succeed. Mary is inspired daily by her frugal upbringing and Michelle Obama’s “Becoming.” Nicole likes to learn salsa, go hiking, sing, and help children and young adults with mathematics in her free time.


Tech as Reflection

STAGE 1| 17:00

Technology built without consideration is perhaps the best reflection of the biases, assumptions, and structural inequalities in societies today. Why do we remain unconvinced about the commitment to inclusion for certain brands, while we gravitate towards others? How do some sites and services make people feel welcomed, even without an explicit rainbow flag? How does inclusion manifest in products and services? This talk will explore how inclusion (or lack thereof) may manifest in the details of product and content development.

By Athena Lam (she/her)
Content Lead | Passbase

Athena is a B2B content marketer at Passbase, an identity verification company with offices in Berlin and New York City. She is a board member at Yarrow Intergenerational Society for Justice 世代同行會, based in Vancouver’s Chinatown and Planet Ally, a global LGBTQ travel and human rights advocacy platform. Athena frequently works on community projects for BPOC and LGBTQ communities, including the Berlin Asian Food Map to support businesses through COVID-19, English-language LGBTQ resources for Hong Kong and Tokyo, an open-source LGBTQ workplace directory and community resources in Hong Kong that won The Economist’s #WorkWithPride 2018 Asia Pacific competition. You can find her frequently speaking about LGBTQ communities in tech and cybersecurity.


Uncover biases in your company with Elastic

STAGE 2| 17:00

Make use of the HR data available in your company to discover unconscious biases. The Elastic Stack offers a great toolset to get insights from your data and answer questions like, “What is the overall diversity profile of the organization?“, “How are we doing in terms of equal pay?“, “Are our female employees getting better performance ratings but fewer pay rises?”
During this session we will address these questions with the Elastic Stack, using Logstash to ingest data into Elasticsearch and visualize it in Kibana.

By Kateryna Oliferchuk (she/her)
Senior IT Consultant | Kreuzwerker GmbH

Kateryna (she/her) is a full stack and data engineer with over 8 years of experience. She has over the years gained experiences in software architecture and DevOps patterns, tools and services . She is enthusiastic about Scala, loves good challenges and most importantly she is a great team player. Learning and sharing knowledge with others is very important to her.


Using Interactive Content to Market in the Post-Pandemic Economic Boom

STAGE 3| 17:00

Post pandemic shifts in consumer preferences are expected to be significant, The Economist and the Wall Street Journal both predict that a historic economic boom reminiscent of the roaring 20s is just around the corner. New business formation is surging across the world, as entrepreneurs seek to fill gaps in the market with radically unique growth and marketing strategies. In my talk I explore the paradigm shift that the pandemic has brought about to the markets of the Information Age, and how all businesses must play by the new rules of the Information Market or risk becoming irrelevant. One key rule that I will explore is the rapid adoption of interactive content that is allowing companies like TESLA, Amazon, Nike, L’Oreal, and IKEA to beat their competitors easily. Find out how you can try out similar interactive strategies for your own business for free.

By Saksham Sharda (he/him)
Creative Director & CIO | Outgrow.co

Saksham specialises in marketing and web development, particularly in relation to interactivity and data science. Interactive experiences designed by him have been featured on TrendHunter, ProductHunt, New York Marketing Association, Alibaba, TechCrunch, and Digimarcon Silicon Valley. He is also the host of the Marketer of the Month Podcast which has featured guests ranging from the co-founders of Wikipedia, Forbes influencers, and Pulitzer Prize winners.



“I never thought I could write” – Top Tips for Tech Blogging

STAGE 5| 13:30

Tech Companies value Blog Posts, it helps them to increase their reputation and to attract talents. It has become the norm to expect you, engineers, product people and managers to write. In a recruitment process, it also becomes a strong advantage for you as a candidate to have a visibility online.

But writing is hard! We’ve got engineering education, we’re not novel writers. In this workshop, we will uncover top tips and directly apply them to your blog post.

You’ll get out of these 2 hours skilled up, with the first version of your write up and friends to finish it.

By Samir Hanna (he/him)
Agile Coach | Bonial

Samir started his professional life as a software developer. Fascinated by the added value agile working has brought him, he has worked with teams and embraced more and more the role of the coach. He has seen a wide variety of setups and corporate environments in France, Finland, and Germany. At Bonial he is still fascinated by the evolution of agility and coaches people to help teams.


Startup Masterclass: Venture Capital Fundraising

STAGE 5| 15:30

The Startup Masterclass: Venture Capital Fundraising has the best and most actionable fundraising strategies, methods, hacks, and tricks that help you to raise venture capital successfully.

Who it’s for
The program is for every early-stage founder who wants to raise venture capital (Pre-Seed or Seed round).

What you’ll get
Build and execute a no-BS fundraise preparation that’ll secure you the know-how, mindset, and skills needed to close your funding round.

Course Topics
01. Venture Capital Primer
02. Preparation
03. Pitch Deck & Pitch
04. Connecting with Investors
05. Investor Perspective
06. Deal & Closing

By Erdinç Koç (he/him)
Head of MediaTech Hub Accelerator | Hasso-Plattner-Institute

My name is Erdinç Koç. I’m the Head of the MediaTech Hub Accelerator at the Hasso-Plattner Institute in Potsdam. Before, I worked at APX by Axel Springer & Porsche in Berlin, Germany. Over the past years, I have advised more than 100 early-stage startups on fundraising and helped them to raise venture capital successfully. Now I will help transform you into an outstanding fundraiser, enabling you to disrupt.


Web Development Sprint

STAGE 4| 13:30

Learn how to code and design your website in only 2 hours! A very satisfying workshop where students will code and design their own landing page using HTML, CSS and Bootstrap library. We will also cover lots of design pro-tips to find icons, fonts and colours. What you will learn: HTML / CSS core notions, lots of graphical tips and tools (fontawesome, Google Fonts, coolors, etc.) and an introduction to Bootstrap and its responsive grid system.

By Le Wagon: Meehir Patel (he, him)

 Front End Developer | FX Digital

Meehir studied Maths at the University of Nottingham before joining AB Inbev for 6 years. During this period Meehir was exposed to the tech world as a product manager before deciding in 2020 that he wanted to code full time so he joined Le Wagon and has been working as a software engineer since specialising in OTT working on Discovery Channel’s Discovery+ application.


Data Analyst Sprint

STAGE 4| 15:30

In this workshop, you will discover the basics of programming with Python and will be quickly immersed in the daily life of a Data Analyst through concrete business cases using datasets from the real world.

By Le Wagon: Kenza Mandri (She/her)
Data Science Teacher | Le Wagon 

Entrepreneur and data scientist, Kenza Mandri has been working at Markit, an importation company focused on furniture within Morocco, since 2012 as the Director of Supply Chain Strategy and Transformation. She found her passion for technology during her studies at University in New York and decided to focus on coding. She is skilled in Python, SQL, Numpy/Pandas, Scikit-learn, and many other libraries including  TensorFlow & Keras/Bootstrap/Seaborn & Matplotlib. She has been teaching data science with Le Wagon around the world while focusing on projects on her own.

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