In this episode of the Impostor Syndrome Files, my guest, Clara Arroyave, shares her story as a Latina entrepreneur and the strategies she uses to manage the biases of others. She also emphasizes the importance of accountability to countering self-doubt.
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About My Guest
Clara Arroyave is the CEO and co-founder of PlaceMe, the biggest co-living company in Boston.
With over 7 years of experience in the real estate industry, she has launched her own company in 2016, prior being a cofounder and a team member at other two RETECH startups.
Graduated from gener8tor, a nationally ranked accelerator that invests in high-growth startups.
An active member of the Boston start-up community, Clara serves as advisor, board leader, and growth consultant and focuses on strengthening start-ups with solid value propositions. She works mainly on strategy and performance improvement in the real estate tech space.
Clara is also a first-cohort Fellow of Latinos for Education, a nonprofit who prepares Latino Leaders to serve on Education Boards nationwide. She currently serves as Board Member at Breakthrough Greater Boston.
She received an MBA from Hult International Business School, where she won two innovation awards in the consulting and entrepreneurship clubs.