I was offered a position at a large company that would have paid me more than $100,000 a year.
That was before I got my degree.
Now I’m making $30,000 annually.
In 2017, I left my job in the public health field to join a startup that makes software that can help companies figure out how to optimize their patient care and care delivery systems.
That’s my journey into entrepreneurship, one that I hope you’ll join me on.
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