Episode 7: How To Advance Gender Equality in Venture Capital — Siri Chilazi Shares Latest Harvard Research
EPISODE 7: HOW TO ADVANCE GENDER EQUALITY IN VENTURE CAPITAL - SIRI CHILAZI SHARES LATEST HARVARD RESEARCH
What can the Venture Capital world learn from Corporates when it comes to increasing gender diversity? What needs to change at an organizational/systemic level, so that more women become venture partners, get funded or start new businesses?
In this episode, you'll get the latest research insights from Siri Chilazi, Gender and Organizations Researcher at the Women and Public Policy Program at Harvard Kennedy School. She is a recognized expert in advancing women and promoting gender equality within organizations and shares key recommendations from her research, so that VC funds and entrepreneurs alike can be part of making the change. If ever you thought that research was boring, prepare to be surprised by her findings! You may even find yourself compelled to take your first steps to change things in venture capital - that's what we're aiming for here!
About Our Guest
Siri Chilazi is a gender and organizations researcher at the Women and Public Policy Program at Harvard Kennedy School. She is a recognized expert in advancing women and promoting gender equality within organizations. Siri specializes in translating academic research into practical approaches and tools to design more inclusive workplaces. As an advisor and speaker, she frequently collaborates with organizations ranging from start-ups to Fortune 500 companies and leading professional service firms in order to close gender gaps. Siri’s work is frequently featured in media outlets including Harvard Business Review, Behavioral Scientist, Forbes, New York Times and BBC. She has an MBA from Harvard Business School, a Master in Public Policy from the Harvard Kennedy School, and a B.A. in Chemistry and Physics from Harvard College.
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