Latino immigrants simplify remittance

Co-founders of Felix, Bernardo Garcia (left) and Manuel Godoy (right) take a break from scouting out office space in Guadalajara, Mexico. Courtesy of Manuel Godoy.

When Manuel Godoy and Bernardo Garcia met at the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School, they struck a chord. From the… Continue reading Latino immigrants simplify remittance

Trying to find more meaning in 2020, she moved to London

Alissa Del Toro in front of the London Business School Sussex building getting her first day of school photo taken during orientation week. Courtesy of Julia Hamilton.

Alissa Del Toro studies at London Business School as an MBA 2023 candidate and graduated from Cornell University with a… Continue reading Trying to find more meaning in 2020, she moved to London

What the managing partner of the San Francisco team wish founders knew

Kimiloluwa Fafowora at the Stanford Graduate School of Business in August 2020. Courtesy of Kimiloluwa Fafowora.

Kimiloluwa Fafowora, an MBA student at Stanford University, heads the San Francisco investment team as a Managing Partner. After dozens… Continue reading What the managing partner of the San Francisco team wish founders knew

How Lauren Gilbert values operator experience in venture capital

Lauren Gilbert poses for a picture in Houston in July 2020 to announce her admission into the Wharton School's MBA program. Courtesy of Lauren Gilbert.

Lauren Gilbert attends The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania. She’s part of the Blueprint Investor Track aimed at… Continue reading How Lauren Gilbert values operator experience in venture capital

Amelia De Paola: Reflections from Female Investor Track

Amelia De Paola at MIT Sloan School of Management in Cambridge, Massachusetts in August 2021. Courtesy of Amelia De Paola.

This summer, I had the opportunity to participate in Dorm Room Fund’s First-Ever Female Investors Track (FIT), a three-week masterclass… Continue reading Amelia De Paola: Reflections from Female Investor Track

How a Ph.D. student thinks about artificial intelligence, VC

Chinasa T. Okolo at a CRA-Grad Cohort Workshop in Waikoloa, Hawai’ (March 2019). Courtesy of Chinasa Okolo.

Chinasa T. Okolo is a computer science Ph.D. student at Cornell University. She’s part of the 2021 Blueprint Investor Track,… Continue reading How a Ph.D. student thinks about artificial intelligence, VC