Technical.ly: This NoVa founder is bringing job training into the metaverse

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When Ashley Mehta set out to create her own company in the early 2010s, she followed the method of many successful founders: She wanted something, so she built it.


“I just really felt a need for more women-owned small businesses and decided that I think a lot of women would like to work for women,” Mehta told Technical.ly. “So I wanted to really create a women-owned company in federal health IT supporting women veterans, supporting our community, and just do an excellent job in health IT services.”

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