All Careers Considered: Using Technology to Enhance History, Art + Travel Experiences for All with Kathleen Burnett

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If you’ve ever thought about being an entrepreneur while using the skills you’ve gained in your chosen liberal arts discipline, then Kathleen Burnett is the ideal person to speak with.

In this episode of All Careers Considered, she shares how her early experiences traveling overseas with her Girl Scout troop inspired her to pursue history at IU. After graduating, she moved to Washington, D.C where she came across a common problem and was able to build an app, Drover, to solve it. Entrepreneurship takes a lot of patience and persistence, but Kathleen’s story is relatable, inspiring, and definitely worth a listen.

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