Asya Bradley, Advisory Board Member to Uplinq speaks to Angie Lufrano of The Motley Fool.

With over 20 years of tech experience (with the founding team at Synapse, as co-founder of Kinly, and as a Cisco alum) and a track record of supporting underestimated founders, Bradley is an experienced investor, operator and fintech entrepreneur. Bradley champions diversity and gender balance in the workplace and works tirelessly to promote women, minorities, LGBTQ+, and other underrepresented communities.

She speaks about her investment journey, and trends in the investment and financial space. She also talks about how her immigrant experience, similar to Ron Benegbi's (CEO and Founder of Uplinq), has impacted her.

"You don't take anything for granted. Anything that comes into your hands is something you cherish, and you treasure, and you respect. And so that's also part of that immigrant experience, not taking anything for granted because you literally could still be living in the mud. So how do you rise from the mud and make something of your life? You feel like you're a representative, right? And I think a lot of immigrants feel this way, whether we like it or not."

Read the complete interview here.