DETROIT – Instead of being hired a big tech company, after college, Ziarekenya Smith wanted to work for himself. In a world where most people tend to share only the highlights of their life, Smith believes that way social engagement is fake and toxic.
Smith wanted to re-create an app that is more well-rounded in hopes of re-creating the human experience. So, he founded the app, Inpathy.
He joined Digital Anchor Andre Ash at Michigan Chronicle’s STUDIO 1452 to share more of this journey, a story and new tech company that is making national headlines.