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Ep 177: Women in mobile - Boss ladies working in AI

As part of our Women in Mobile series, and in celebration of Women’s History Month, Maria Lannon from Remerge talks to Lana Dubinskiy, an AI product advisor and co-founder of Women and AI. Women and AI is an initiative highlighting women working in the field of artificial intelligence. It was created so that women could help each other shine within this male-dominated sector of the tech industry.

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Questions Lana answered in this episode:

  • How did you end up in product advertising?
  • Did you have a mentor?
  • Did you ever feel intimidated to speak up?
  • How have you been able to get other women to join?
  • Are there certain resources that you gravitate towards that have helped you?
  • How do you prioritize your day to stay on top of things?
  • How do you prioritize your “you” time?
  • What is the best piece of advice you’ve received?
  • And what is the worst?


  • 2:27 Lana’s background
  • 4:02 Getting into male-dominated professions
  • 5:57 Data points: How to speak with confidence
  • 7:18 The creation of Women and AI
  • 9:00 Get involved with Women and AI
  • 11:40 Growing is uncomfortable
  • 14:40 Staying on top of AI news
  • 18:25 Compartmentalizing clients as a consultant
  • 21:46 Work-life balance
  • 24:52 The worst and best advice


(4:26-4:36) “I see a lot of people get to a certain level and they feel like they just want to be on top of the mountain by themselves. I think it’s so important, as women, to give back to our community and mentor other women.”

(8:00-8:23) “We went to conferences and there were only a few women there. We could have spoken at the conference and we had more knowledge than the presenters there, so it was very disheartening. We felt like this is something we can do - to highlight other women. We can show boss ladies and CEOs that are working in the AI space and really making an impact.”