“It’s hard for all new founders, and women face their own set of challenges. When I first became a CEO, I was still very unproven. It was hard for me to find good collaborators,” she said. “My advice to young women getting into startups is to just level up as fast as you can. Find a way to become an expert, and to get yourself noticed. Find mentors that you can trust.” Another way to advance women in tech is to have “more women investors and more women entrepreneurs,” she added. “That’s how you get women in the boardroom.”
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