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Women in Business Q&A: Amanda Lannert, CEO, Jellyvision

Amanda Lannert is CEO at Jellyvision, a technology company whose interactive software talks people through important, complex and snooze-inducing life decisions -- like choosing medical insurance, saving for retirement, or managing finances -- in simple, fun, and engaging ways. Jellyvision's employee communication platform, ALEX, is used by more than 800 companies -- 72 of the Fortune 500 -- and helps over 5 million employees make better decisions about financial wellness, retirement savings, and employee benefits.
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