#105: Jullian Guthrie: Taking on Silicon Valley's Male Culture with Alpha Girls
Podcast interview with Julian Guthrie, author of Alpha Girls, about four women venture capitalists who overcame Silicon Valley's male dominated culture.
Silicon Valley podcast Something Ventured today features the great Julian Guthrie author of Alpha Girls
on her book Alpha Girls
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discussing her book (soon to be TV show) Alpha Girls
This book about pioneering women in the venture industry sounds super interesting! (and they are doing a TV show based on it!) #105: Jullian Guthrie: Taking on Silicon Valley's Male Culture with Alpha Girls - Something Ventured
"Mary Jane Elmore went from the cornfields of Indiana to Silicon Valley and landed at the storied venture capital firm IVP – where she was one of the first women in the U.S. to make partner at a venture firm"
"Sonja Hoel Perkins, a Southerner, became one of the first women investing partners at white-glove Menlo Ventures, and invested in McAfee, Hotmail, Acme Packet, and F5 Networks."
"Theresia Gouw, Asian American from a working-class town, ultimately helped venture firm Accel Partners invest in firms like Google, Facebook, Imperva, Forescout, and Trulia."
"Magdalena Yesil, came from Turkey with $43 to her name, and would go on to help Marc Benioff build Salesforce."