Heidi Lehmann

Chief Commercialization Officer


Heidi E. Lehmann is a mobile technology and media entrepreneur and Chief Commercial Officer of Kenzen, an enterprise platform with a wearable smart patch focused on keeping industrial workforces safe from heat, fatigue, and over exertion injuries. Previously, Heidi was founder of one of the first mobile platforms, Third Screen Media, acquired by AOL for $105m+ and an early employee and Head of Sales for Autosite.com acquired by Autoweb for $20m. Heidi was co-founder and CEO of MoxieQ a mobile first influencer platform with distribution across all US mobile carriers and a key partnership with NBC/BravoTV. She has led business development at venture-backed start-ups including Kaon Interactive (3D object capture technology) and Artificial Life (AI bot technology). Heidi holds advisory board roles at GlasswingVC, Tohi Ventures, New York Tech Fashion Lab, mBolden and Board Seat Meet. She is a member of Gaingels angel syndicate in New York and a TechStars mentor. Heidi has been featured and quoted in the Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, The Boston Globe, Ad Age, Adweek, Mediapost, ClickZ, The Daily Dot, The Advocate, SheWired, The Kansas City Business Journal, Curve Magazine and in multiple Mobile Marketing publications. She has spoken on and moderated panels at events such as M1 Summit, SXSW, The Girls’ Lounge, Mobile World Congress, CTIA, Product Innovation Apparel, AdTech, OMMA, World Future Society, Manhattan Chamber of Commerce, New York Economic Development Council, New York Times Innovation Day, Reuters Media Day, Start-Out, iMedia Summit and Digital Hollywood. She was a keynote speaker at the 2016, 2017, and 2018 National NGLCC conference. Heidi was a 2017 Woman to Watch in Connected Retail, 2016 New York Business Journal Woman of Influence, 2014 Most Influential Woman in Tech, 2011 Female Founder to Watch by Women 2.0, a 2011 Most Influential Woman in Wireless by Fierce Wireless, and a 2010 Woman to Watch by Mobile Marketer. Heidi is also a co-founder of SWSI Media (“smart women, smart ideas”) a media company focused on female entrepreneurs. SWSI’s first show “Queen Boss” was acquired by Viacom/BET after a successful digital run on OraTV, a joint venture between Larry King + Carlos Slim.