30 women in venture capital to watch in 2018
Zoë BernardMar 20, 2018, 11.20 AM
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BirchBox cofounder Hayley Barna speaks at TechCrunch Disrupt 2014.
In 2017, the presence of women in venture capital made feeble progress at the country's top firms.
Union Square Ventures and First Round Capital were among two firms last year to take on their first female general partners.
And more and more women are founding female-led firms with an express interest in investing in female-founded startups, in order to break up tech's gender discrepancy.
We've rounded up a list of women across the US who are sourcing noteworthy deals, founding female-led firms, cultivating interest in female-founded startups, and making strides in venture capital.