A Comprehensive List of Women Investors Who Blog

March 11, 2015

2:00 pm

I've recently come across an interesting list that includes women investors with awesome blogs. The list was curated by Joshua Henderson, VP of Springboard, after CB Insights released its Periodic Table of VC Bloggers where only five of the 89 blogs were female VCs.

More women investors should share their expertise and knowledge through blogs. This exchange of information can help build a strong community of women in both tech and finance industry. Since 96% of VCs are male, most VC blogs are written by men. But that doesn't mean there are great resources being produce by women.

There's a long road ahead for women in tech, specifically as investors, but it's important to share this list and support the women who are paving the way for the rest.

The List of Women Investors Who Blog

Christine Herron - Director at Intel Capital


Renee DiResta —  VP at Haven


Jalak Jobanputra — Managing Partner at FuturePerfect Ventures


Joanne Wilson — Co-Founder Women's Entrepreneur Festival at Gotham Gal Ventures


Christine Tsai —  Founding Partner 500 Startups


Katie Bolin —  Associate at Spark Capital


Dayna Grayson — Partner at New Enterprise Associates


Lisa Suennen — Managing Partner at Venture Valkyrie LLC


Carol Curley — Managing Director at Golden Seeds

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Kara Nortman— Partner Upfront Ventures

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Whitney Johnson —  Disruptive Innovation

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Caterina Fake— CEO of Findery


Sallie Krawcheck —  Chairman of Ellevate Network


Kelly Hoey—  Strategist and Investor


Rania Anderson—  Founder and President of The Way Women Work


Anu Duggal – Founder of Female Founders Fund


Katherine Barr —General Partner, Mohr Davidow Ventures

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Heidi Roizen— Operating Partner DFJ

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Kay Koplovitz — Chairman and co-founder of Springboard Enterprises



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Camila has been heavily active in South Florida’s tech startup community, where she is a co-host of a local radio show called pFunkcast. Camila previously worked at Greenpeace International and the Organization of the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) in various communication roles. A proud Brazilian who spent most of he life in Peru, she is passionate about traveling and documentaries.