Tanya Soman – The Importance of the Female Investor Perspective


Synopsis

Tanya Soman, Venture Partner at 500 Startups provides insights on what it means to be a female investor and why it is important to have more female investors.

About Tanya Soman

Tanya is a native New Yorker and Venture Partner at 500 Startups focused on seed stage investment opportunities in the consumer space with an emphasis on beauty and fashion. Keep up with her on IG: @glam.vc

She leads the beauty and fashion specialty track in our MV Accelerator and spends the rest of her time scouting companies all over the world. Previously, Tanya worked in AdTech before moving to Silicon Valley. She graduated with a BS in business management from Babson College.

Opening keynote presentation held at Silicon Valley Forum’s Women in Tech Festival 2018, hosted at Computer History Museum, Mountain View on April 12th-13th, 2018. Visit the official festival page here.


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