Dora Palfi is an award-winner and the co-founder and CEO of imagiLabs, a company helping teenage girls get into creative coding and become the women of the future in tech. She started this while in school while getting a master’s, studying Human Computer Interaction at KTH, but dropped out to grow her startup.
Before that, she got her Bachelor’s degree in Neuroscience with a minor in Computer Science from New York University in Abu Dhabi. Being originally Hungarian, she has lived, studied in volunteered in ten countries across four continents over the past nine years – now living in Sweden.
She’s the winner of Cartier Women’s Initiative Fellow and Forbes Hungary’s 30 under 30. And with imagiLabs, she has been awarded Apple Entrepreneur Camp Spring 2019 cohort, Google for Female founders Fall 2019 cohort, Sting incubator company (2019) and Maze impact Company (2020).
Dora has worked as a developer at Morgan Stanley and as a UX Designer at Cisco. With years of experience teaching programming to kids and teenagers, she’s also an advocate for women in technology.
She’s also a yoga teacher.