Kathleen Kurre has 30+ year’s experience as a technology innovation catalyst. Her early experience includes PNCBank, Ageon, KPMG, and Humana leading emerging technology innovation projects, which, by their nature, were interdisciplinary across technologies, teams, people and processes. This led her to the burgeoning innovation economy where she built and led 2 venture capital backed healthcare technology services companies.
Most recently, Kathleen’s focus is on impact, specifically expanding the innovation, technology and entrepreneurial spaces to others. Specifically, she was on the faculty at Georgia Tech leading campus wide entrepreneurial programs, teaching in PhD/MBA commercialization program and teaching leadership. She re-structured a technology nonprofit, social entrepreneurship organization, TechBridge, that services other nonprofits. Most recently, as Director of Programs for digitalundivided, she developed and led a 9 month curriculum-based technology incubators for Black and Latinx women technology founders in Atlanta, GA and Newark, NJ.
Kathleen has a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics from Purdue University, a Masters of Divinity from the Beloved Community, and is Certified in Heart-Centered Hypnotherapy from the Wellness Institute. https://www.linkedin.com/in/kathleenkurre/