Chelsea: So what are you hoping to see in this pipeline of people coming through? Dana: Really a lot of that we’re looking for are passionate people that are looking to help advance in a way technology, and whether Measurabl is a good fit and a home for them, I would … that’s up for them to decide after internship. But really looking for how we can also support the San Diego community and bringing more diverse tech talent into that space and helping people to guide in that transition, because it’s not easy. I’ve been through a few career transitions, my partner has as well, and it is hard. So knowing that we can help financially support someone going through that transition and also give real-world experience is extremely invaluable to that individual. And we really want to make sure that we can support them in any way we can to set them up for success. Technology is going to continue to be a huge economic opportunity here in San Diego. There’s a lot more tech companies opening up shops here, there’s going to be a lot more opportunity here in the future as as technology continues to advance. The type of jobs 5, 10 years from now are going to be very, very different than what they are today with advancements in artificial intelligence, autonomous vehicles and so, so, so much connected systems. Being in the home of Qualcomm with 5G technology and how that’s going to really transform our society, we need tech people to bring the transformation we want to see in the world. And that population needs to be a diverse population if we want to make sure that biases in AI are not apparent. Of course, we’re going to get a whole different topic there. Chelsea: Right. Dana: But those are the key things that we want to help make better in our world, whether it’s working directly for us or if it’s bringing that talent and experience to the San Diego community.