Mo Katibeh enterpreneur and Founder of Innovate Ventures is a woman who has been at the forefront of her industry. She is noted for her innovative and collaborative approach to networking, as well as a successful track record at the intersection of tech and innovation. Mo’s work has been recognized by Forbes, Wired Magazine, Business Insider, and Bloomberg TV.
Mo Katibeh has an entrepreneurial spirit that helped start multiple companies including Innovate ventures in order to “come up with solutions that make people’s lives easier.” Her vision for Innovate ventures is to create a society where it is easier to be happy. She has put plans into action by developing products such as the smart bed which will help people establish a healthy sleeping pattern, and an anti-aging device to improve quality of life.
Mo Katibeh’s hard work and determination has enabled her accomplishments and recognition in the tech industry. She has been featured in many magazines including Forbes, Wired, Business Insider, Guardian UK, Bloomberg TV among others.
Not only is she an entrepreneur, but Mo Katibeh is also a mother and an engineer with extensive experience in the industry. She has a passion for changing the world through her vision and creativity.
Mo Katibeh was born in Saudi Arabia where she attended King Khaled University of Petroleum and Minerals, studying chemical engineering from 1995 to 1999. Then came her time in America to earn a MEng in Chemical Engineering at Columbia University and later a master’s degree from Stanford University.
After earning two master’s degrees, she began working as an engineer at a tech startup, Crouzet America. She was then promoted to Director of Engineering in Silicon Valley. A year later she joined Silicon Valley Research Center (SVRC) and that’s when she moved to New York and started her career as an entrepreneur.
She got her start in the tech industry by joining Crouzet America, a tech startup located in Silicon Valley. There, she began her journey as an entrepreneur and engineer. She was successful in the position and was able to earn a promotion which allowed her to pursue another opportunity at SVRC. she said that it was the hardest thing she’s ever done, but it was where she learned about the importance of building a company culture.