By Natalia Oberti Noguera (Founder & CEO, Pipeline Fund)
The 2011 PFF Summit is an opportunity for women social entrepreneurs to pitch their for-profit triple bottom line startups for a US$50K investment.
Woman-led, for-profit social ventures are invited to apply to pitch at the 2011 PFF Pitch Summit in New York on Friday, June 17, 2011. This is the first step in a selection process, at the end of which the 2011 Pipeline Fund Fellows will invest US$50K into a woman-led for-profit social venture.
The Pipeline Fund Fellowship (PFF) trains women philanthropists to become angel investors in women-led for-profit social ventures. PFF aims to diversify the investor pool and connect women social entrepreneurs with investors who get them.
About the guest blogger: Natalia Oberti Noguera is Founder & CEO of Pipeline Fund. Pipeline Fund Fellowship trains women philanthropists to become angel investors in women-led for-profit social ventures, diversifying the investor pool and connecting women social entrepreneurs with investors. Natalia holds a BA in Economics and Comparative Literature from Yale and an MSc in International Health Care Management from Bocconi University. Follow her on Twitter at @nakisnakis and the Pipeline Fund at @pipelinefund.