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Yes, You Can Do This!
How Women Startup, Scale Up and Build the Life They Want. (Wiley)
"It's rare to find a book on entrepreneurship that fuels your heart with inspiration and encouragement and your mind with practical, tangible things you can put into action immediately -- but this is one of them. As a woman who has started 3 companies and been a senior team member of 5 startups, this is the guide I wish I'd read when I was starting out." -Nataly Kogan, Author of Happier Now and founder of Happier, Inc.
"A must-read for any woman considering taking the leap into entrepreneurship, You Can Do This brings together today's best thinking about women in the workplace with practical advice for creating your dream career and life - by starting a company. Whether you are just curious or ready to take the leap, this book is a great read and a valuable resource"- Anna Barber, Managing Director, Techstars
Recognized by the Boston Business Journal as a 2016 Women to Watch in Science and Technology, and as a Changemaker by HUBWeek, Reuter is an experienced entrepreneur and executive. In her new book, Yes You Can Do This! How Women Start Up, Scale Up and Build the Life They Want (Wiley 2020), Reuter has created a manifesto encouraging women to consider entrepreneurship, and a how-to-guide to get started. As the Podcast creator and host of The 43 Percent, which has featured acclaimed guests including Dr. Pamela Stone, Nataly Kogan, Laura Vanderkam, and Lisa Oz, Reuter is committed to sharing more stories of what success can look like for women in business as they work to balance family and career.
She is also currently a GM with Techstars, an organization focused on investing in and helping to accelerate startups and has made 20 investments as a Managing Director. Prior to joining Techstars, she served as the SVP of Digital Services & Labs for Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, and was the co-founder and CEO of SchoolChapters, Inc.
She also currently serves on the Board of Directors at Lessonly, and as a member of the Editorial Advisory Board of Innovation Leader.