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How can technology solve world problems? In this episode, Riana speaks with Radhika Shah of Stanford Angels & Entrepreneurs about how her background lead her to the exciting world of tech innovation. Hear about interesting tech ventures being put into use to combat social, environmental, and health issues around the world!--- Support this podcast: …
 
In this episode Riana Shah sits down with CEO and co-founder of BrightCrowd, T.J. Duane, to talk about his work and the importance of networking platforms. T.J. is an expert networker and has brought that ability to people through this site BrightCrowd. In this episode we talk about the ways in which people can build an effective network to bring t…
 
In this episode, Riana speaks with Tracy Chadwell and Alison Andrews Reyes, co-founders at 1843 Capital. Tracy is an attorney with 19 years of experience in venture capital and private equity and she previously worked as partner at Baker Capital, with $1 billion under management. Alison is a start-up founder and executive with over 20 years of expe…
 
In this episode, we got to speak with Russell Rogers, Head of the Silicon Valley Innovation Center at DowDuPont. At DowDupont he has experience building an innovation center and R&D tools that enable rapid innovation with a customer-centric approach. In this episode, he discusses the current state of corporate innovation, compares startups to big o…
 
In this episode of Venture Vignettes, we got to chat with Jay Boddu, VP of New Products at Juniper Networks, where he is responsible for shaping ideas into profitable businesses. He is currently leading the development of a class of new products that leverage Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning to reimagine Networking Products.Concurrently…
 
In this episode of Venture Vignettes, Riana Shah sits down with Paula Mariwala, Founder & Executive director of one of India’s first Venture Capital Funds. Paula walks us through her experiences at SeedFund, providing vivid examples of Indian entrepreneurship and insight into the ins and outs of the emergent entrepreneurial ecosystem. She provides …
 
In this episode, Doug Galen, founder of Rippleworks, a foundation affiliated with Ripple, the cryptocurrency, describes the impact of blockchain on the world. He is also a lecturer at the Stanford GSB and serves on the boards of Heifer International. Some questions we talk about in this episode:1. Is Blockchain reality or hype?2. What are the areas…
 
This week, I'm sitting down with Mar Hershenson, one of the Founding Managing partners at Pear Ventures, a VC firm that supports new entrepreneurs with fresh ideas and funding. After studying electrical engineering at Stanford, Mar co-founded three tech and hardware startups, eventually transitioning to the funding side of VC to found Pear with oth…
 
In today’s episode Riana Shah chats with Rashad Moore, an investor who is changing the way capital gets allocated to entrepreneurs.. Rashad was a software engineer by trade, but found his way into the entrepreneurial world after moving to Washington D.C. He began his career by coding for companies in the defense industry and eventually started his …
 
Ever wonder how to make change from your current career to a totally different one? This week on Venture Vignettes, host Riana Shah speaks with Justin Davis on how to transition into investment from a radically different industry. Justin Davis was formerly a professional basketball player who played in Europe and for the NBA. Now, he’s a portfolio …
 
In this podcast, Riana, Erin, and McKeever discuss the components that are important to building a diverse ecosystem of entrepreneurs and the role of governmental offices of economic development and innovation. Erin Horne McKinney is the co-founder of Black Female Founders (#BFF) and KissIntel mobile app. She was previously a Senior Advisor on Inno…
 
This week, Venture Vignettes host Riana Shah sat down with Stephanie Lampkin, CEO of Blendoor. Stephanie graduated from Stanford with a BS in Management Science and Engineering in 2006 and later received her MBA in Entrepreneurship and Innovation from MIT’s Sloan School of Management. Hear how her experiences working in Silicon Valley tech companie…
 
Venture Vignette’s guest this week is Sampriti Ganguli, Arabella Advisors’ chief executive officer. Sampriti leads Arabella Advisors, a mission-driven, Certified B Corporation that has provided strategic guidance on over $100 billion in assets to increase their clients’ philanthropic impact. Arabella helps foundations, philanthropists, and investor…
 
Host Riana Shah sat down with Alan Chiu, a partner at XSeed Capital to talk about product design and engineering. Alan has a computer engineering background and holds a MS in Management from the Stanford Graduate School of Business, where he was a Sloan Fellow focused on entrepreneurship, venture capital, and mergers and acquisitions. He has previo…
 
This week Venture Vignettes host Riana Shah got to have a heart-to-heart with Miriam Rivera, Co-Founder and Managing Partner of Ulu Ventures, an early stage venture fund in Silicon Valley. Miriam has worked at all stages of new ventures, from formation to Fortune 500 public company, Google Inc. At Google, Miriam became vice president and saw Google…
 
This week, Venture Vignettes host Riana Shah sat down with the co-founder and CEO of Folia Water, Dr. Jonathan Levine. Levine received his Ph.D from Columbia University in Earth and Environmental Engineering and worked on African water supply for the U.N. Millennium Villages Project for his masters. Folia Water is a wholesale technology manufacture…
 
This week Venture Vignettes host Riana Shah spoke with Bimla Picot, designer extraordinaire and Entrepreneur-in-Residence at the fashion label Rebecca Minkoff. Bimla is the the the founder and CEO of ReboundWear, a clothing company that focuses on created dressing solutions when regular clothing is too constrictive or difficult to wear. Through her…
 
We had the opportunity to sit down with Siqi Mou this week who is the founder of the startup beauty company Hello AVA, a bot that provides personalized skincare recommendations. She received a MBA/MPA-ID joint degree from Harvard Kennedy School and Stanford Graduate School of Business and previously worked in the finance industry. Siqi and her team…
 
In this episode we speak with Christos Shepherd, co-founder of Campfire, an app that allows individuals to talk with their favorite celebrities and experts this week. He’s a graduate of Stanford Graduate School of Business, previously started his own airline, and originally hails from Jamaica. Listen in for some super candid conversations about div…
 
Morgan Simon has been a leader in impact investment for the past seventeen years and has managed over $150 billion in capital. She is the author of the book, Real Impact: The Economics of Social Change and spent some time to talk with us about impact investment. Venture Vignette host Riana Shah sat down with her at her offices in Oakland, CA and he…
 
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