Frida Polli is a venture-backed CEO, award-winning neuroscientist, and thought leader on the use of big data. She is the CEO and founder of pymetrics, a company pioneering the use of neuroscience and data science to accurately predict hiring outcomes and remove hiring bias through patented games and algorithms. With Unilever and Accenture as clients, pymetrics has helped hundreds of thousands of people find their ideal career in an unbiased way. pymetrics has raised $9M in venture from Khosla Ventures, Susan Lyne/BBG Ventures, Randstad Innovation Fund, and Mercer. Founded with her Harvard/MIT colleague, data scientist Dr. Julie Yoo, pymetrics aims to put women co-founded science companies on the map. Prior to pymetrics, Frida was an award-winning neuroscientist at Harvard and MIT. Her innovative work on cognitive and emotional brain function was internationally acclaimed. Among numerous awards from the NIH, Harvard, MIT and private philanthropies, she was named a NARSAD Young Investigator, a Harvard Business School Life Science Fellow and an MIT 100K winner. She was also one of the most prolific and best-funded postdoctoral fellows at MIT. She holds an MBA from Harvard, a PhD from Suffolk and a BA from Dartmouth. She has given plenary talks at international neuroscience conferences, as well as at Harvard and MIT. She is a regular contributor for Forbes and Mattermark. She has appeared on CNN, MSNBC, and NPR, and been featured in the Harvard Business Review, TechCrunch, the Wall Street Journal, Inc, and many others. Frida speaks four languages and lived in 5 foreign countries before settling in Manhattan with her husband and two daughters.