Fran Seegull

Impact Assets

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Chief investment officer and managing Director of Impact Assets, a nonprofit investment firm, she has an MBA from Harvard Business School

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It turns out that sexism in the big-money world of Silicon Valley often starts well before the first day on the job. It begins in the classroom.

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It turns out that sexism in the big-money world of Silicon Valley often starts well before the first day on the job. It begins in the classroom.

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