Cowboy Ventures Founder Aileen Lee Joins Women 2.0 Conference’s Disruption Panel (February 14)
This Thursday, join hundreds of entrepreneurial women building high-growth and high-tech companies at the Women 2.0 Conference – learn from the best and get mentored by investors and experienced entrepreneurs during lunch!
By Angie Chang (Co-Founder & Editor-in-Chief, Women 2.0)
Women 2.0 welcomes Aileen Lee, a partner at Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, onstage this Thursday for the Women 2.0 Conference where she will be moderating a panel discussing disrupting industries with women-led ventures.
Aileen currently works with female-founded companies One Kings Lane, Plum District, Rent the Runway and Trendyol. She also worked closely with the teams at companies such as Blue Nile (Nasdaq: Nile), Bloom Energy, Friendster (acquired by MOL Global), Good Technology (acquired by MOT), Shopkick, and Tellme (acquired by Microsoft).
More recently, she founded Cowboy Ventures, a seed stage fund that is backing entrepreneurs building products that “re-imagine” work and personal life in large and growing markets. So far, Cowboy Ventures has invested in female-founded companies Brit + Co., True&Co and NuOrder.
Women 2.0 warmly welcomes venture capitalist Aileen Lee to the stage for the 6th annual Women 2.0 Conference (February 14 in San Francisco). You can get your ticket now for Thursday and hurry – tickets will sell out and there will be no tickets sold at the door!
Women 2.0 readers: Are you joining us on Thursday for the Women 2.0 Conference?
Angie Chang is Editor-in-Chief and Co-Founder of Women 2.0, a media company offering content, community and conferences for aspiring and current women innovators in technology. Our mission is to increase the number of female founders of technology startups with inspiration, information and education through our platform. Previously, Angie held roles in product management and web UI design. Angie holds a B.A. in English and Social Welfare from UC Berkeley. Follow her on Twitter at @thisgirlangie.