In today’s edition of ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND EMPOWERMENT, we introduce Denise Drace-Brownell, founder of DDB Technology.
Denise advocates directed innovation to solve problems. She has proven this with her own accomplishments.
Denise is noted for her pioneering work in climate change, beginning in 1992. Recently, while resolving her own vision problem, she invented technology and identified the link between BV disorder and difficulties working with abstract formulas and performing digital work generally. She also discovered the prevalence of the disorder at over 12% of the population in developed countries, with some studies showing it to be greater than 30%. These numbers can be expected to increase from society’s expanded use of digital devices.
Denise’s work is reported by the Columbia Mailman School of Health and can be reached at denised@ddbtechnology.