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One founder describes the route that led her to angel investing and the differences she hopes to make.
‘Disrupt’ is a word that gets thrown around often in entrepreneurial and tech startup communities. But in order to disrupt an industry or market, you have to first disrupt yourself.
By Jasmine Gao (Data Strategist, Bitly & Fellow, Enstitute)
“You always have to do something that puts you in a zone you don’t know. Someone once told me that growth and comfort do not coexist, and I think it’s a really good thing to remember.”
– Ginni Rometty, the Chairman and CEO of IBM
Women 2.0 profiles women angel investors in our weekly “This Is What An Angel Investor Looks Like” series.
By Angie Chang (Co-Founder & Editor-in-Chief, Women 2.0)
Angel investor and cause marketer Susan McPherson wears many hats – as speaker, writer, philanthropist, activist, volunteer and marketer. Susan is the SVP/Director of global marketing at Fenton, where she creates visibility for the firm’s corporate social responsibility (CSR) practice.
This week’s advice from your “Forty-Godmother.”
By Christina Vuleta (Founder, 40:20)
Today, I read a quote from an interview I did with some 40-something moms talking about raising kids and resisting the urge to help them with school work and ultimately, protect them from life. I thought it was as good reminder for us all to embrace failure and learn from it.
“With your kids, I always think that you have to let them fail. Don’t hover over them.