PhotoPad for Business
by Candace Gish on April 18, 2020

CEO & Founder,PhotoPad. After practicing Social Work for over 20 years, Diane leaped into the entrepreneurial world to launch two tech platforms in the photo and digital content marketing space, her first product PhotoPad a consumer photo app on Facebook in 2010 and PhotoPad for Business in 2016. 

Her passion and leadership continues to empower women to succeed in business through providing resources and connections. 

She serves on the Board of Directors to Women In Wireless and Women in Tech. 

A Past Director of Founder Institute, a mentor to startups and invited to the Seattle White House Digital Tech Summit. 

She regularly speaks about entrepreneurship and leadership. Her credits include, Keynote: YPIN Women Leadership Day, Washington Outstanding Teen Leadership Day, Microsoft, Women Who Code, Women in Tech Seattle and Vancouver and Seattle, Seattle Startup Weekend in which her teams have come in first and second place. 

 In 2018 received two nominations for startup of the year and innovative product of the year with Eastside Business Awards, 2015 Women of the Year in Business Award, 2012 Mom of the Year Business Award and 2012 Ambassador to the Children Community Award. 

She continues to do philanthropy work for women and children of abuse serving on the Board of Trustee for Olive Crest. 

Website http://photopad.co/ 

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PhotoPadforbusiness/ 

Twitter: photopad__ 

LinkedIN: https://www.linkedin.com/in/dianenajm/ 

Pintrest: pinterest/photopad 

Instagram: photopadforbusiness

Meet The Author

Candace Gish

Candace Gish is a motivator and empowering change agent who understands the challenges women face while finding success in their everyday lives and businesses. She is an advocate for mentors and strong, supportive networks. Her four daughters and wonderful husband have inspired her to create a better world, thus the Divas That Care Network was born. Candace enjoys connecting with goal-oriented women and a commitment to make a difference. She believes in the power of women converging to implement change and has ensured that the purpose of Divas That Care movement quantifies just that.