With a new CEO and a new company, this new owner has a lot to be proud of.
But for one woman, a new home and her life are not what they used to be.
Amber O’Donnell, who lives in rural Alabama, was once the top female executive at a major tech company.
She’s now the CEO of a local company, a nonprofit, and a nonprofit that’s focused on education.
But O’Brien says her life was never exactly the same.
“I’ve had to change my career.
I’m a little bit more introverted.
I’ve had some more relationships,” she says.
“But overall, I think I’m doing pretty well.”
It’s not easy being a woman at the top of a major technology company, but O’Byrne says she’s made it through.
“I’m very fortunate that I have the support of the women I work with,” she said.
“And I think that’s the big thing: that I get a lot of support from them.”
O’Brien’s new company has raised $10 million in private capital.
But while she’s excited about her new life and her new job, she’s also worried about the future.
“This is the first time in my life that I’ve really had to worry about my career,” she admits.
“What are my next moves?”
While O’Boord has a new life, she knows she’ll miss her old friends and the people she worked with.
She also hopes to reconnect with her childhood friends who she says helped her to achieve her goals.
“It’s going to be a very difficult transition, but I do feel that I’m in the best position I’ve ever been,” she told HuffPost.
“We are all in this together.”