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This EdTech Founder Is On A Mission To Make Sure Every Kid Has Access To A Computer | Black Enterprise

This EdTech Founder Is On A Mission To Make Sure Every Kid Has Access To A Computer | Black Enterprise

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By Alisa Gumbs, Black Enterprise

As the co-founder and chief marketing officer of edtech startup Tanoshi, a company that makes affordable laptops for kids, Lisa Love is working hard to make sure all children—especially those from underrepresented communities—have the technology they need to succeed.

Love spent most of her career as a corporate marketing strategist for brands like Heinz and Del Monte before striking out on her own as an entrepreneur.

“Being an entrepreneur is in your blood,” she says. “You either love taking the risks and going on that roller coaster ride, or you like a corporate position, working for other people and having that stability. I knew early on that I wanted to own my own business.”

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Featured Image, Lisa Love, Co-Founder of Tanoshi (Image: Courtesy of Tanoshi)
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