Our Investment Team Is 50% Female — Why Wouldn’t It Be?

2021-04-11T22:07:21+03:00

By: Lea Cromwell I wanted to take today, International Women’s Day, to write a thank you to my team and highlight how we’re showing up for female inclusion in the venture capital ecosystem. So much is written about how we need more female investors at the table. VC funds are constantly doing PR lip service to diversity: praising female inclusion without actually adding women to their teams who have check-writing ability. I’m excited to see things changing, with a handful of US- and Israel-based funds recently adding women as partners; however, the industry is still far from parity. While the [...]

Our Investment Team Is 50% Female — Why Wouldn’t It Be?2021-04-11T22:07:21+03:00

What Cleopatra Taught Us About Journalism

2021-02-16T09:13:20+02:00

By: Max Kane Last week, it was announced that Israeli actress Gal Gadot was cast to play Cleopatra in a new film about the Egyptian queen’s life. As wonderful as this news is for Israel, Gal Gadot and fans of quality films, that’s not what I’m writing about. Soon after the announcement, articles started surfacing claiming Gadot was “receiving backlash” for being cast as the Egyptian Queen. After all, she’s Israeli and not Egyptian. I won’t comment on which actors should be cast for which roles; that’s a topic for another post, and one I’ll hopefully never write. I want [...]

What Cleopatra Taught Us About Journalism2021-02-16T09:13:20+02:00

Yes, and

2020-11-22T17:20:36+02:00

By: Kevin Hanna “Yes, and” is the first rule. That’s what I learned from Yonatan Gruber, in his online improv workshop last week. I had never done improv before; nothing to do with my tendency to plan for everything 😅 Anyway, “yes and” is a powerful tool. On stage, you must accept whatever the other performers say. You follow the flow by adding ON TOP, and you can’t negate their narrative. It means you must LISTEN and hold your impulsive self that contradicts. Crazy right? 😁 You adapt, and build on top of others’ ideas. Trying to avoid a cliché [...]

Yes, and2020-11-22T17:20:36+02:00
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