Women 2.0 profiles women angel investors in our weekly “This Is What An Angel Investor Looks Like” series.
By Angela Giacchetti (Associate, Pipeline Fellowship)
Meet Pipeline Fellowship alumna and angel investor Simone Castillo. She is a Senior Associate of International Development Assistance Services at KPMG in New York with over nine years of experience in providing fiscal management and operational advisory services to domestic and international charitable organizations.
By A. Lauren Abele (COO, Pipeline Fellowship)
The Pipeline Fellowship will launch its signature conference on angel investing in Boston on Friday, December 2, 2011. The 2011 Boston Pipeline Fellowship Conference features a series of educational presentations and engaging panel discussions covering various aspects of the angel investing process. Regina Pisa, the Chair and Managing Partner of Goodwin Procter LLP, will provide lunch remarks.
The 2011 Boston Pipeline Fellowship Conference is open to the public. Aspiring angels, current investors, and entrepreneurs are encouraged to attend.
By Shaherose Charania (Co-Founder & CEO, Women 2.0)
Today, 85 Broads launched a global media campaign called It’s Women to encourage companies, VC’s, super angels, and high net worth investors to dramatically increase their investment in startups founded by women entrepreneurs.
On October 19, 2004, 85 Broads staged a one-day “Buycott” as a symbolic gesture to encourage Fortune 500 companies to pay greater attention to the enormous purchasing power of women. Business Week covered the Buycott and Trendsight summed up our impact!
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.
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.
The Pipeline Fund in New York City is what BusinessWeek called “a boot camp for women angel investors” — Pipeline Fund Fellowship trains women philanthropists to become angel investors, and aims to diversify the investor pool and connect women social entrepreneurs with investors who understand them.
Join us at the inaugural 2011 Pipeline Fund Fellowship Conference, the launch event of the Pipeline Fund Fellowship! This is an all day on Saturday, April 30 comprised of multiple panels focusing on angel investing. This year we are happy to announce that our panels will be discussing a wide range of topics including angel portfolio strategy, structuring the deal and the post investment relationship. Speakers are from Astia, TIGER 21, and the ARC Angel Fund.
Women 2.0 members save $50 on the Pipeline Fund Fellowship Conference tickets when you register here with event password “2011PFF”.
After early bird sales end, Women 2.0 members can use coupon code “w2member” to save $50 on tickets. Thinking about becoming an angel investor? Come find out more about investing.