Susan Beaudry Blinn is the Co-founder and Chief Technology Officer for Tinyhood - a platform that connects parents with experts to answer their questions on topics such as sleep, breastfeeding, and nutrition.
Susan was born in Lima, Peru and moved to the United States with her family when she was young. She received her B.S. in Computer Science from Tufts University's School of Engineering and was the only woman in her class to graduate. After college Susan joined Tamale Software, a Boston based startup, as their 15th employee. After Tamale was acquired by Advent Software she and her co-founder struck out on their own when, as new moms, they saw a huge gap in technology for helping parents.
In her free time, Susan commits time to the Museum of Science to foster opportunities for minorities, women, and children in STEM-related fields.
Susan lives in the South End with her husband Bill, also a Chief Technology Officer, and 1 year old son Sebastian who will be ready to code any day now.
Moms Who Hustle
To kick off Mother's Day Weekend, we are bringing together a panel of powerhouse women to discuss "work-Life Integration"and how motherhood has empowered them to keep hustling.