Anyone who knows me probably also knows how much I love my podcast rotation. What I love about podcasts is that they expose me to new things: like awesome women I haven’t heard of, books to read, game-changing businesses to support, and even more podcasts to listen to. If you’re looking for something new to listen to, check out my favorite podcasts!
Women’s History Month is a time to honor and celebrate the achievements and struggles of women. To celebrate Women’s History Month, Glass Half Funded is recognizing women from all walks of life who have broken barriers, from politicians to businesswomen to artists to athletes.
Today, I’m sharing what it’s like to work in a corporate development role for a technology company. Even though it can be challenging at times, it is also rewarding and definitely my favorite job thus far!
It’s no secret that the venture capital investments in the United States are made mostly by men and mostly for men. But instead of dwelling on how far away parity seems, I want to celebrate the women who are working to change the VC world! Here are 27 venture capital firms led by women.
I bet you’ve heard about the importance of mentorship for career advancement, especially for women. But, you might be asking yourself how to actually find a mentor. I get it, it can be awkward to just ask someone to be your mentor out of the blue.
When I was in college, and even once I started working, I didn’t have a firm understanding of what my career options were. I knew I was interested in mergers and acquisitions (M&A), but I didn’t realize how many different career options were available within the M&A landscape! If you’re interested in working in M&A, I hope this will help you understand some of your options.
Venture Capital is currently a very male-dominated field. In fact, less than 10% of VC decision makers are female. There’s a lot of work to do! However, I can’t read about these 40 amazing women without getting inspired and feeling more hopeful for the future.
On my first day of my first real job, I discovered I was the only woman on my team. So, I decided to take action and help start a mentorship program for women in the local office across several business lines. I learned a lot from the experience and have outlined the key steps below. I hope this helps you launch your own mentorship program!
Today, I’m highlighting what a career in valuation looks like. If you’ve never heard of valuation, get ready to learn! I’m sharing my experience working at a large consulting firm and I hope my experience as a woman in the industry will be enlightening for you.