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)

A recovering i-banker, Angela Raitzin is now an angel investor in New York. She is a Managing Director of Golden Seeds in New York, and a Managing Principal at Morton Capital.

Still deeply rooted in the finance industry, Angela is interested in the demographic effect baby boomers will have (and are already having) on the financial industry.

“It’s an issue for individuals as well as for society. I think we’re going to see a shift as more baby boomers reach retirement. And there’s also a sense that 75 is the new 65 for investors – a sense that many will work longer to achieve the goals that may have slipped in the past decade,” she revealed in an interview with The Glass Hammer. You can follow angel investor Angela Raitzin on Twitter at @raitzina.

Meet Angel Investor Angela Raitzin

What investments have you made?

Company: Style for Hire
Founder(s): Stacy London* & Cindy McLaughlin*

Company: AboutOne
Founder(s): Joanne Lang*

*Women founders!

Range of initial investments?

Number of investments a year?

What types of industries do you invest in?
“Currently interested in healthcare after investing in lifestyle and tech companies.”

What is your investment style?
“I am hands-on from a strategy, relationships, marketing aspect. I like to open up my network to the entrepreneur and also social media.”

One piece of advice to an angel-in-training?
“Take your time.”

One piece of advice to entrepreneurs looking for capital?
“Only take investor money if you have to do so.”

Favorite quote?
“How can I help you?”

Random fact?
“Texas Born – Got to NYC as quick as I could.”

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.

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