Angela Antony is the Founder and CEO of Scoutible, the world’s first game-based hiring platform, which uses machine learning to track soft skills through gameplay and uncover the best candidates for a job. Angela spent nine years at Harvard, focusing her psychology, business, and law degrees on labor market issues across society. After Harvard, she worked at the White House under Obama as part of the National Economic Council, during which time she was writing a book about her Harvard research titled Invisible Handcuffs, which ultimately became the primary research underlying Scoutible. Scoutible was recently named one of Inc Magazine’s 8 Most Innovative Startups of the Year and Angela was named to Inc’s Female Founders 100 list.
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