A Chat with Moon Jerin, founder and CEO of Doctrina, about blockchain
This week, Stephen Ibaraki has an exclusive interview with Moon Jerin.
Ms. Jerin, is the founder and CEO of Doctrina, a platform to provide and promote block chain education to people who has least access to it in order to make an smooth career transition. Doctrina is committed to help others navigate through the future of work. She is currently working on projects to educate executives and politicians in Africa, UK and Canada about blockchain and its use cases.
She started her career working for H.J. Heinz and later was appointed as a project manager for Shell. In 2013 she joined Amazon UK for the launch of Kindle HD. She has worked with Tiffany &Co, Mitsubishi Chemical, Pfizer, Airbus and many other large corporations to assist them with solving their marketing and global innovation challenges.
Ms. Jerin was the founding board member of IEEE and also the President of IEEE-Women in Engineering. She also served as Provincial Board member for Ontario Public Interest Research Group. She has served as a mentor for Hult Prize finalists, Hult Prize Lebanon Accelerator and many other Toronto based start-ups.
TO WATCH THE VIDEO INTERVIEW, CLICK ON THIS MP4 file link