By Natalia Oberti Noguera (Founder & CEO, Pipeline Fund)
The 2011 PFF Summit is an opportunity for women social entrepreneurs to pitch their for-profit triple bottom line startups for a US$50K investment.
Woman-led, for-profit social ventures are invited to apply to pitch at the 2011 PFF Pitch Summit in New York on Friday, June 17, 2011. This is the first step in a selection process, at the end of which the 2011 Pipeline Fund Fellows will invest US$50K into a woman-led for-profit social venture.
Apply to pitch at the 2011 PFF Pitch Summit by Sunday, May 29. 2011 at 11pm EST.
The Pipeline Fund Fellowship (PFF) trains women philanthropists to become angel investors in women-led for-profit social ventures. PFF aims to diversify the investor pool and connect women social entrepreneurs with investors who get them.
About the guest blogger: Natalia Oberti Noguera is Founder & CEO of Pipeline Fund. Pipeline Fund Fellowship trains women philanthropists to become angel investors in women-led for-profit social ventures, diversifying the investor pool and connecting women social entrepreneurs with investors. Natalia holds a BA in Economics and Comparative Literature from Yale and an MSc in International Health Care Management from Bocconi University. Follow her on Twitter at @nakisnakis and the Pipeline Fund at @pipelinefund.