On-Call Nightmares Podcast Episode 26 - Jacquelyne Grindrod - MedStack

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This week I speak with Jacquie of MedStack! We get insights into how her career started including a nightmare where she's thrown right into the fire.

 

 

Jacquie has worked in FinTech, media, and is currently in eHealth working at MedStack, a digital app platform for the healthcare industry. She's passionate about solving problems with a holistic approach, and bridging the gaps in communication and systems. Building something meaningful is important to her – from making healthcare accessible to creating a networking app for women in tech (winning team at ElleHacks 2018). She recently became one of Canada's Top 30 Under 30 Developers and was a speaker at DevOpsDays TO 2019! Toronto's tech community is getting stronger and Jacquie looks forward to continuing to collaborate with, and empower, those around her.

 

https://twitter.com/devopsjacquie

https://medstack.co/

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