TagIt is dangerous — watch your favorite show, open the app, see the thing you want on that show, the app helps you buy the thing. Bermudez’s deceptively simple concept hides tons of hard work and struggle. As a woman CEO with a finance background, Ana used to get confused as her former partner’s secretary. No more: thanks to the success of her killer concept, and backed by heavy hitters like the US Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, Bermudez is an undeniable lady boss.
Ana Bermudez is the founder and CEO of TAGit™, the mobile app that TV viewers use to buy items from their favorite TV shows. Ana is a tech entrepreneur, and has won various competitions, including the Hera Labs Fast Pitch, Tech Coast Angels Quick Pitch, and the FundingPost Pitch competition. Ana was also recognized as a winner in the 2015 US Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Foundation – At The Table Technology Entrepreneurship Competition. As the CEO of TAGit, Ana has been a Fellow in the Stanford Latino Entrepreneurship Initiative, and in the Startup Leadership Program. Ana’s first experience as a leader in entrepreneurship occurred in 2011 when she co-founded AWM Global Advisors, a registered investment advisor firm in Downtown San Diego, CA. Ana is a proud Fighting Irish, and holds a bachelor’s degree in Finance from the Mendoza College of Business in the University of Notre Dame. She is passionate about serving her community and promoting STEM and higher education in under-served communities. She currently serves as President of the San Diego High School Foundation, and is on the Advisory Board of the University of Notre Dame Institute for Latino Studies.