October 2016

Three members of the 30,000-strong global alumni network from Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University (RSM) have been honoured with RSM Distinguished Alumni Awards at the RSM Leadership Summit 2016 on Friday 7 October in Rotterdam’s historic Van Nelle Fabriek.

College Gives Women Students the Wings of Angels

October 2015 on Forbes

Peter T. Paul College of Business and Economics at the University of New Hampshire (UNH) is offering a course in which undergraduate students learn about private equity investments and manage an angel investment fund.

The Ecosystem of Female Entrepreneurs

July 2015 on Plum Alley

Women of all ages are looking for ways to advance and champion each other. There are some established groups that were trailblazers as well as many new organizations springing up with purpose and commitment to open access and funding opportunity. We need all of this and more.

People on the Move

July 2015 on Silicon Valley Business Journal

Hana Yang is recognized as one of Silicon Valley Business Journal's People on the Move.

The Girls in the Room

May 2015 on The Christian Science Monitor

Silicon Valley is perhaps the world’s leading crucible of innovation. But it is a man’s world – with women making up only 25 percent of the tech workforce. Meet the people working to change that.

Revolution in the Valley

September 2014 on Huffington Post

We all know that starting any business is not for the faint of heart, but what was astounding to hear about were the obstacles that the women tech founders still have to persevere through as entrepreneurs. These stories included everything from women not being taken seriously

This is What an Angel Investor Looks Like

October 2014 on Women 2.0

Meet Christine Emilie Lim, alumna of the Pipeline Fellowship, an angel investing bootcamp for women changing the face of angel investing and creating capital for women social entrepreneurs.

Spotlight on: Pipeline Fellowship

August 2014 on Maybrooks

Karen Bairley Kruger is a School Counselor and self-employed Property Manager who has been consumed over the past 10 years finding humor in small details while raising four children. Find out why Karen participated in the 2013 Bay Area Pipeline Fellowship program.

The Power of a Women's Portfolio

July 2014 on Forbes

Women have decision-making power over $11.2 trillion or 39% of all investable assets in the U.S., according to Harnessing the Power of the Purse: Female Investors and Global Opportunities for Growth, a report by the Center of Talent and Innovation. That’s a whole lot of money that women can use to make an impact.

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