Join alumni and our Columbia network for a panel discussion with 2 highly esteemed Columbia alum investors and founders of investment funds: Angela Lee, CBS Professor of Practice and Founder, 37 Angels and Amy Nauiokas, Founders & CEO of Anthemis Group and Founder & Chair of Archer Gray. Both women have fascinating professional stories - and portfolio careers which include speaking at the White House and NASA, and producing Oscar-nominated movies. Following an intro session from Professor Lee on lessons learned from >15,000 early-stage pitches, we will have a short panel discussion and opportunity for audience Q&A.
Angela Lee is a Professor of Practice at Columbia Business School where she teaches venture capital and leadership courses. Angela started her career in product management and then moved to consulting at McKinsey. She has started 4 startups and is also the founder of 37 Angels, an investing network that has evaluated over 15000 startups, invested in 60+, and activates new investors through a startup investment bootcamp.
Amy Nauiokas is Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Anthemis, the leading digital financial services investment firm, and Founder and CEO of Archer Gray, a media production and content company. As a venture capitalist, Amy identifies and invests in early-stage technology companies focused on the disruption of media, financial services and marketplaces. She has built a strong investment portfolio of best-in-class, high growth companies. Current investments include Flo Technologies, Betterment, Trov, Happy Money and Currencycloud. Exits include Zoopla, the UK’s leading property research website; Fidor Bank, acquired by BPCE in 2016; Simple, acquired by BBVA in 2014; and The Climate Corporation, acquired by Monsanto in 2013.
Event organized by CBS Alum in London Board Members Angela Paulk’10 & Alessandro Santo ’06, and Jana Kovacovska (GSAS’12)