Watch: A Conversation with Miki Reynolds, Executive Director and Co-Founder of Grid110

Our new video interview series dot.LA Dives In seeks to delve beneath the surface of the Los Angeles tech and startup scene. The plan is simple: Shine a light on the innovation in L.A.'s tech and startup community by sharing perspectives straight from the change-makers themselves. The first installment is with Miki Reynolds, the executive director and co-founder of Grid110, an economic and community development nonprofit dedicated to creating clearer pathways to success for early-stage entrepreneurs in Los Angeles.


Curious what makes the Grid110 accelerator unique? In this conversation, we dive into their new expansion into South L.A., how the tech and startup community can better promote diversity and inclusion, and what founders can do to succeed during the pandemic. Watch the full interview here or check out a few choice clips on our YouTube channel.

dot.LA Dives In: Miki Reynolds, Executive Director of Grid 110 (FULL INTERVIEW) www.youtube.com

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