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."