At this year’s ASU GSV Summit we spoke with incredible women leading the edtech industry. In this video we hear from Ronit Avni, CEO and founder of Localized on why only 2% of VC funding is going to women and she gives her provocative solution for how we can disrupt VC funding to benefit diverse people doing great work.
Follow Ronit and all the other women we spoke to on Twitter and find out more about their work:
Elisabeth Chou — New Markets Venture Partners
Ronit Avni — Localized
Julie Young — ASU Prep Digital
Lisa Dawley — UNC at Chapel Hill
Jessica Rothenberg-Aalami — Cell Ed
Mariana Costa-Checa — Labratoria
Debbie Holzkamp —…
Whilst we are busy working on season 3 we wanted to share this conversation recorded live at BETT 2019.
Titled ‘If She Can See It, She Can Be It’, host Anjali Ramachandran chats to Chiin-Rui Tan founder and CEO of Rho Zeta AI, and Elena Sinel Founder of Teens in AI, and asks what will it take to inspire the next Ada Lovelace or Rosalind Franklin? What do we need to do to transform fields like AI and help create a more fair future of work. And how can educators help to recognise, develop and promote the female innovators and leaders of tomorrow?
We’ll be releasing more bonus episodes throughout March and April and season 3 will be landing this summer.
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