The Washington, D.C. businesswoman laughs when asked about the serial entrepreneur moniker during a recent conversation with Free Times at the Richland County Library on Assembly Street. Educated at Cornell and Harvard, Norwood has been a part of seven startup companies during the past three decades. In the 1990s she raised nearly $700 million in capital for WorldSpace, one of the first satellite radio companies, and she was an early player in global broadband. She worked on some of the first global digital content licensing deals with companies like Bloomberg News and CNN International. She currently is the founder and CEO of Tribetan, a company that helps individuals develop entrepreneurial concepts.
Norwood says she has always enjoyed being a part of the beginnings of big ideas. Read More