Halley Suitt Tucker

Writer, Boston Globe's BetaBoston

Halley Suitt Tucker is a reporter for the Boston Globe's section on innovation, BetaBoston. She's an entrepreneur, author and has been a tech blogger since 2002. Her books, Founders Less Than Three and Does This Startup Make Me Look Fat? explore the ways women entrepreneurs can get ahead in the innovation economy. She has a wide range of experiences, including CEO of a startup called Stylefeeder/Top Ten Sources, appearing on Oprah's Book Club, working as a first grade teacher in the LA Unified School District, launching two successful Kickstarter campaigns and being published in Harvard Business Review. She lives in Boston with her husband, an MIT geek and gets occasional visits from her son who studies Meteorology at SJSU.