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Maha Ibrahim, Canaan Partners
Gillian Muessig, Sybilla Masters Fund
Terri (Hanson) Mead, Class Bravo Ventures
Xandra Laskowski, OSEA Angel Investors
Suzanne Fletcher, Stanford StartX Fund
Amy Belt Raimundo, Kaiser Permanente Ventures
Mukund Mohan, BuildDirect Technologies
Deb Kilpatrick, Evidation Health
Dorin Rosenshine, Outleads
Tammy Bowers, Lionheart Innovations
Robyn Ward, FounderForward
Jessica Livingston, Y Combinator
Kate Purmal, Georgetown University Women’s Leadership Institute
Debra Vernon, VLP Law Group
Tools & Resources
Female Founders SummitFounders for Change
Founders for Change Diverse Investors List
Female Founders Community on Facebook
Lean In Circles
Forbes’s Midas List
Fortune’s article on female founders and venture capital
UPWARD chapters across the U.S.
Watermark (San Francisco Bay Area)
Women’s Startup Lab
Additional Praise for Changing Tides
As an angel investor, I’ve focused on women-led companies because they have been historically underfunded yet have delivered abovemarket returns. Changing Tides provides insight and inspiration for both female founders and the smart investors who invest in them.
— Nancy Hayes, Angel Investor
As one who works with female founders around the world, it’s refreshing to see how well this book illustrates the extent to which both opportunities and challenges are shared globally. Changing Tides goes beyond storytelling, catalyzing collaborative, innovative solutions towards meaningful progress for female founders, for women, for society.
—Lucie Newcomb, Founder & CEO/CMO, The NewComm Global Group
Numbers don’t lie. As an investor, I seek better returns. Changing Tides makes a clear and data-driven business case for investing in female founders. All investors should read this book.
— Zeynep Urgun Zorlu, Global Investor, Zurgun Capital