Growing up in the 1960s in one of the only black families in an all-white neighbourhood, Shellye Archambeau realized early on that the odds were not in her favor. She was bullied, beaten up, and faced intense racial discrimination. The imposter syndrome she developed in her childhood, has followed her throughout her life. However, despite these challenges, she grew up to become one of Silicon Valley’s first black female CEOs. Shellye shares her remarkable story in this episode of Tiger Therapy.