The Cultural Leadership Fund donates 100% of its annual management fees and future potential carried interest to a select group of nonprofits helping advance more African Americans into technology. Please meet the incredible non-profit organizations...
Scott KuporWe are lucky to be involved in so many exciting things in this business, but few are as exciting - IMHO - as the opportunity for true impact that the Cultural Leadership Fund offers. Excited for @ChrisLyons and team!
Technology's ability to rewrite our genetic code is becoming one of the most powerful therapeutic arsenals of all time. In this talk, a16z bio deal partner Andy Tran walks us through the scientific developments and technological breakthroughs that...
Women have started to move into traditionally higher-paying and male-dominated majors, but they still are more likely to graduate with degrees in areas associated with lower-paying jobs, a new study finds.
Scott Kupor"Women born in the 1950s chose majors with potential wages that were 12.5% lower than potential wages for majors picked by men. Those born in the 1990s picked majors with potential wages that were 9.5% lower than men did." wsj.com/articles/women… via @WSJ
We are in the midst of an open source renaissance. But how do you turn an open source project into a business? Learn about the complete open source go-to-market from community management to enterprise sales.
Scott KuporIf you are even remotely interested in open source software, check this out. Peter Levine both a CEO and investor in open source for over a decade now and share some great wisdom. a16z.com/2019/10/04/com… via @a16z
By Collin West and Gopinath Sundaramurthy The glass ceiling is being chipped away more and more each year, but the task of shattering it is far from over. In the ever-evolving realm of startups and venture capital in the United States, we find...
Scott KuporQuestion for the @KauffmanFellows team - how does this compare with previously published data showing that 2% of VC$ go to startups with a female founder. I am not sure I am reading your data correctly - what % are you showing across the industry?