How Tiffany Pham Went From Working Several Side Hustles to Running One of the World's Top Tech Platforms for Women

Founder and CEO Tiffany Pham shares how she built her company, Mogul, and discusses her new app with Jessica Abo.

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By Jessica Abo

Tiffany Pham is a powerful combination of brilliance, kindness and creativity. What struck me the most about her when we connected was her genuine warmth and openness.

Pham wants you to remember that failures fuel us forward.

When you ask Pham how she got to where she is today, she shares the story of how a promise to her grandmother set her on a path to success and how she's overcome obstacles along the way. As you will learn from our interview, she learned how to code and developed the first version of Mogul (a tech platform for women) herself.

Pham's passion for learning, helping others and doing whatever it takes to accomplish her goals has helped her create a tech platform that reaches millions of women per week. A graduate of Yale and Harvard Business School, she has received numerous awards for her work. Through her new app, available on May 1st and book Girl Mogul, which comes out on April 2nd, Pham hopes to inspire you no matter who you are, where you come from and help you not only define success, but also achieve it.

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Jessica Abo

Entrepreneur Staff

Media Trainer, Keynote Speaker, and Author

JESSICA ABO is a media trainer, keynote speaker, and bestselling author who uses her 20+ years of TV news experience to help entrepreneurs, C-Suite executives, celebrities, and philanthropists share their stories with the world. An award-winning journalist, Jessica has presented all over the country including at TEDx, Facebook, Microsoft, Delta Airlines, WW, and the United Nations. She has appeared on The TODAY Show, ABC News, Access Hollywood, KTLA, CBS, and NY1 and in Forbes, Fast Company, and Women's Health.  Her debut book Unfiltered: How To Be As Happy As You Look On Social Media sold out on its first day and empowers readers with tools they can use to take back their happiness IRL (in real life).

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