Veronica Belmont is an experienced startup advisor, Product Manager & Evangelist at Adobe Spark, Podcast host of Sword & Laser, and an online media personality.
Veronica is a tech enthusiast who has been involved in the tech industry for over a decade. She began her career in media as a producer for Mahalo.com and later moved on to CNET, Revision3, and Engadget. She launched the Sword & Laser podcast in 2008 and co-hosted the show to this day. Veronica also hosts or co-hosts other podcasts, including Isometric (with former Engadget editor-in-chief Tim Stevens) and the VR Roundtable (with former Engadget editor-in-chief Ben Gilbert).
Veronica is currently a Product Manager & Evangelist at Adobe Spark, a tool for creating and sharing visual stories. She is also an advisor to several startups, including Zola, Glossier, and Away.
Veronica is a sought-after speaker, presenter, and panelist at conferences and events around the world. She has been featured in a variety of publications, including Forbes, The New York Times, Wired, Fast Company, and Inc.
Veronica has been active in the tech and media scene in the San Francisco Bay Area for many years. She has been involved in many charities and organizations, such as SFMade and the Bay Area Video Coalition.
Veronica is an enthusiastic supporter of women in tech and media. She has spoken at various events, including the SXSW Women in Tech event, the Women in Media Conference, and the Women in Technology International Conference. She is also a mentor with the Women in Tech Mentor Program at Adobe.
Veronica is an avid gamer and can often be found playing video games. She is also a tabletop game fan and avid collector of board games. Veronica is an inspiring leader and a passionate advocate for women in tech. Her enthusiasm and energy make her a sought-after speaker and a valuable asset to the tech community.
Veronica is a passionate advocate for diversity in the tech industry. She is the co-founder of the Women in Tech Mentorship program at Adobe, which helps promote and support women's success in tech. She has also been a mentor for the Women in Technology International (WITI) program, which is dedicated to helping women develop their careers in science and technology.
Veronica is also a strong advocate for the LGBT+ community. She is a vocal supporter of LGBT+ rights and issues and has been featured as a speaker at various events, including the San Francisco Pride Parade.
Veronica is an active member of the tech and gaming community. She regularly attends events and conventions, including the Game Developers Conference, PAX, and Anime Expo. She also judges various award shows, such as the Webby Awards and the Shorty Awards.