Women Innovators Initiative (WI2): Running a Startup
April 2 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
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According to the Silicon Valley Bank report , 28% of U.S. startups have a female founder and only 14% have a female CEO. While venture capital is their most likely next source of funding regardless of the gender makeup of the founding team, the startups with a female founder are slightly less likely to rely on them for funding. Companies founded solely by women garnered 2.1% of the total capital invested in venture-backed startups in the US .
For the third Women Innovators Initiative (WI2) webinar, we speak with two women founders and CEOs from Cornell University to find out about their experience as female founders/CEOs and to hear about the lessons learned during the formation and the growth of their venture.
- Rachel Dorin, Ph.D.’13 Materials Science and Engineering, President and CEO, and Co-Founder, Terapore – Dorin’s LinkedIn profile
- Siyu Huang, Ph.D.’12 Chemistry MBA’14, Co-Founder and CEO, Lionano – Huang’s LinkedIn profile
- Alice Li, Ph.D., Executive Director, Center for Technology Licensing, Cornell University
Women Innovators Initiative (WI2): Running a Startup: Perspective of Two Women Founders and CEOs from Cornell
April 2 | 11:00 am – 12:00 pm (EST)
For more information on the Women Innovators Initiative visit Cornell Technology Licensing