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Today we are talking to BanklessChick, Core founder of talentDAO. Our conversation explores her background in research science, her contributions to Bankless DAO including being a member of their Governance Solutions Engineers, and the inspiration for launching talentDAO. BanklessChick says, “ETHDenver was where she first learned of DeSci and is where talentDAO was born; later at ETHAmsterdam is where talentDAO made its debut.” BanklessChick believes DeSci will use science to save the world, and the role of talentDAO is to make sure that DAOs are using the best science to achieve that mission. Finally, we tackle some of the diversity and inclusion issues plaguing the science community, and present opportunities for DAOs to evaluate these issues to keep from repeating them
I really enjoyed my chat with BanklessChick. I especially enjoyed our talk on human coordination, and building the tools we can't see, but know that we need.
To connect with BanklessChick, please follow her on Twitter @saulthorin https://twitter.com/saulthorin And to learn more about TalentDAO, go to talentdao.io and on Twitter at @talentdao_ https://twitter.com/talentdao_ Thanks for listening to Crypto Sapiens. If you enjoyed this episode, please give us a 5-star review wherever you enjoy your podcasts. It costs zero dollars, means the world to us, and helps others discover this content too. You can also find more conversations like this one by visiting our website @ cryptosapiens.xyz. I look forward to reconnecting with you at our next discussion. --
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