This mother and daughter team with no computer-science background left $350,000-a-year-combined jobs to launch a startup and couldn't be happier
Business Insider -

The founders of the hot Birmingham, Alabama, startup Mixtroz had the deck stacked against them when they quit their high-paying jobs to found their event-tech startup.

The mother-and-daughter team, two black women who had successful careers on their own, knew nothing about tech.

But they learned to turn their differences into their strengths and capture a $1 million seed round from Steve Case.

When Ashlee Ammons called her mother, Kerry Schrader, back in November 2014 to complain about a...

Read this story at


Related Articles