themarker.com | March 6, 2018
מוניק וודארד, משקיעת הון סיכון ויזמת, מצביעה על הענפים שבהם כדאי להשקיע ופועלת להגדיל את הגיוון של יזמים בהיי־טק, אך רואה בכך רק תוצר לוואי: "העבודה שלי היא להיות משקיעה טובה" השינוי לטובת הכללת נשים ומיעוטים בענפי הטכנולוגיה והפיננסים הוא איטי מדי לדעתה
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