Category Archives: Best Practices

Two Great New Resources for Women: Rising Tide US Fund and Female Funders

A big thank-you to Female Funders for quoting Tina and me in their latest newsletter! I have re-posted it here.  Also, thanks to FF for spreading the word about the Rising Tide US Fund – it is truly a unique … Continue reading

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Women Investors Retreat

Six passionate, intelligent, high-impact women, on retreat in the mountains of Lake Tahoe, drinking wine, doing yoga, discussing the meaning of success and brainstorming how to make a lot of money while creating a better future for all of the … Continue reading

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Just Don’t Try to Sleep With Me

As a women angel investor, I am interested in how I can support women entrepreneurs in ways they don’t typically experience with male funders. I have asked women entrepreneurs the question a number of times: How can we as women … Continue reading

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Amplify your Impact – Become an Angel

Great news! The Pipeline Fellowship is currently taking applications for fellows for its fall 2014 programs. Programs will be held in Atlanta, Austin, Miami, Los Angeles, Seattle, and San Francisco. As many of you know, I recently completed the Pipeline … Continue reading

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Manos Angel Bootcamp Opportunity

As we women build our entrepreneurial culture, one of the values we certainly want to embody is inclusiveness. Our new business culture will be stronger and more interesting if we connect with all groups that are working hard for visibility … Continue reading

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Moms Make Great Employees

After Dr. Geeta Kadambi passed the patent bar, she received a good job offer from a law firm. Yet, in that moment, she realized that what she really wanted to do was start her own company, where she could implement … Continue reading

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CEO as Chief Psychologist

When Rachel Cook started her company, Seeds, she wanted to create a culture that valued open, clear communication. She was looking for an alternative to the ego-driven communication style she had experienced in the male-dominated field of stock trading. Rachel … Continue reading

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