Debbie Sterling is an engineer, American businesswoman and founder and CEO of GoldieBlox. Sterling is an engineer, spokesperson and advocate for women in engineering and technology. Sterling was voted a TIME and 30 Women Who Changing the World by Business Insider. GoldieBlox was named as one of the most innovative companies in the world by Fast Company in 2014. The Toy Industry Association awarded GoldieBlox with the title of Educational Toy of the Year 2014
|Born||February 26, 1983, Los Angeles, California, U.S.|
|Known for||Founder of GoldieBlox|
Founder and CEO of GoldieBlox who has been named TIME's Person of the Moment and Business Insider's 30 Women Who Are Changing the World. She has over 20,000 followers on her goldieblox Instagram account.
She graduated from Stanford with a degree in engineering in 2005.
She raised nearly $300,000 for GoldieBlox on Kickstarter after toy companies didn't believe girls would want to play with an engineering toy.
She is from Los Angeles, California. Her grandmother was an Academy Award-winning art director named Sterling Sturtevant.
She and Ale Garza are both from the United States and both used Kickstarter to launch their campaigns.
Female business leaders. The female business leaders in America. American engineers. Los Angeles businessman. CEO of American Women