CEO OF VOIQ
Ricardo is the founder & ceo of voiq. His company raised $5 million from YCombinator and other top silicon valley investors. Voiq is leading the $150b transformation from humans to conversational ai voicebots for calling.
Ricardo is a ycombinator alumnus and was recently recognized as a silicon valley top diverse tech 40 under 40. He also founded the group of the top 20 latino tech leaders in the us ($10b in exits) and leads the group of ycombinator alumni in silicon valley ($100b valuations). Ricardo is an aspen institute tech fellow and an nyu stern innovation fellow.
Prior to voiq, ricardo was an associate at the nyc mayor’s office under michael bloomberg developing the technology blueprint for new york city. He also was campaign cto to mayor angel taveras; the first latino mayor of the city of providence, ri.
Ricardo has an mba from nyu stern school of business, and an undergraduate degree in politics from nyu. He is a member of the board of advisors of the world policy institute. Ricardo is also a consortium fellow, a management leaders for tomorrow (mlt) fellow, and a council of urban professionals fellow. He is also the former president of the scarsdale alumni association and was recently a guest at the white house reception for latino leaders. Ricardo is also an aspen institute latino tech leader.
Global Keynotes & Speaking Engagements
VOIQ with Ricardo – Ep. 20
January 27, 2020
This week on the Voicing Startups podcast I am talking with Ricardo, Founder and CEO of VOIQ. VOIQ creates conversational VoiceBots that empower companies to use human-like AI VoiceBots for highly personalized inbound and outbound calls. ...
How Voice Technology Can Help Your Business with Ricardo Garcia-Amaya,
CEO of VOIQ
April 10, 2020
Ricardo Garcia-Amaya, the CEO of VOIQ worked in technology for a long time and started VOIQ in 2015 where he raised a $5 Million seed round from Y Combinator and other top Silicon Valley investors. You'll hear him talk about his journey into technology, why voice innovation is helpful for businesses, what it's like to pitch to investors, the data and feedback he's received from his users, and why he founded the Top 20 Latino Tech Leaders organization and what it entails.