After winning in Shanghai, Kathleen will come to Geneva to present her startup, Rumarocket.
Kathleen founded Rumarocket Inc-an artificial intelligence company for hiring and placement-as an undergraduate student at the University of the Philippines Diliman. The company was one of the recent graduates of the Chinaccelerator program in Shanghai, China, and has currently raised more than $200,000 in funding from Chinese and international venture capital. As a student, Kathleen was invited to both Brown University and MIT to talk about her work, and was one of 300 young talents chosen worldwide for the Global Start-up Youth program in Malaysia.
In Rumarocket, she handles business development and algorithm research. She even presented the Algorithm at Brown University as a college student, and was invited to MIT.