Linda DiMario is a mover and shaker here in Orange County. In her role at Octane, one of the initiatives she leads the foundation’s Women Leaders of Octane initiative whose mission is to help women entrepreneurs access resources and extend their impact in the community. As one of California's leading incubators, Octane provides a wealth of resources for startups. Now more than ever, Octane is working to increase women led businesses completing our program.
What resources there are for women entrepreneurs which are tailored to women's needs
How to best position yourself and prepare for corporate board participation
How non-profits can benefit from Octane's accelerator program
Plus, hear how Linda’s captivating career journey put her in touch with fascinating people and enabled her to make significant contributions to economic development in cities across the country.
Best Advice: Don’t let age define you and be true to yourself!
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The Octane Foundation for Innovation (OFI) was launched as a complement to Octane’s mission of creating 55,000+ high-paying jobs by 2030. The Foundation is targeted to advance equity, diversity, and inclusiveness across all industry sectors alongside Octane’s ambitious mission of growing & strengthening the Southern California innovation ecosystem by creating jobs, scaling startups, and developing businesses. Octane and OFI work with partners to enhance the economic vitality of the region, contribute to a sustainable ecosystem and augment the live/work experience in Orange County.
Octane Foundation for Innovation’s work is achieved through our initiatives, Women Leaders of Octane, Non-Profit Accelerator, and STEAM Ahead. These initiatives cover the spectrum of opportunities for young students, underserved communities, and women.