‘Pipeline Angels’ Working to Create Capital For Women

According to the center for Venture Research, in 2016 only 26 percent of angel investors in the United States were women, and only 5 percent were minorities. ‘Pipeline Angels’ is trying to change the face of angel investing and create more capital for women. Amanda June, the founder of Smokefire Media and an ambassador for Pipeline Angels, will tell us more about the group’s work.

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