Darla Wolfe is a business technologist which means she loves using her background in both tech and business development to help large and small companies achieve their business goals. She has over 20 years of experience in Information Technology, manufacturing and entrepreneurship and during her career, she has held senior level roles at multiple global Fortune 50 companies. Darla is passionate about making technology accessible to everyone and regularly volunteers at tech awareness events for women, children, and people of color. Education is a life-long pursuit and she has taught classes at Delaware State University and was also an adjunct professor at Temple University.Darla earned her BBA in Computer Science from Temple University, MBA in Leadership from Villanova University and is currently completing her graduate certificate in Digital Marketing at The University of Pennsylvania. She is on the Advisory Council of the Anne Welsh McNulty Institute for Women’s Leadership and on the Board of Directors for the Villanova University Alumni Association.When not working, Darla enjoys spending time with her husband and two sons at their home in suburban Philadelphia or at the beach in Bethany, DE.
Philadelphia has a very vibrant start up community, but it is surprisingly small and intimate. I had been hearing “buzz” about MilkCrate in my entrepreneurial travels but didn’t really understand the full force of it until I saw CEO, Morgan Berman speak at an event hosted by the Alliance of Women Entrepreneurs (AWE). I remember thinking — wow, what a great idea! We’ll all be hearing more of this. Little did I know how much more!
I believe people decide to work at startups because they believe in the mission but equally or maybe even more importantly, they believe in the leadership. I believe in the mission of encouraging and growing impactful behaviors and I also believe in Morgan’s vision on how to move the company there.
My family and I enjoy “the land”. We love to grow our own vegetables and herbs, compost, and we are fiends about recycling and reusing containers and carriers.
Having spent the majority of my corporate life in manufacturing, I understand the importance of high safety and environmental standards. I also know that the achievement of any higher-level business goal depends on each person doing his or her part. MilkCrate allows individuals to do and measure their parts so that the community can become stronger and more positively impactful. Win-Win for everyone!