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Long-Term Vision in Venture Capital and the Upsides to Being an Entrepreneur in a Downturn
While COVID-19 has certainly presented a myriad of challenges for businesses across industries, both economically and operationally, the question entrepreneurs should still be asking is “are there hidden upsides to consider in an economic downturn”?

Join Professor Angela Lee for this interactive lecture which will offer insight into that question, address the long-term vision of VC, and discuss what it means to be a courageous leader, especially in a time of crisis.

Jul 8, 2020 12:30 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Angela Lee
Professor of Practice and Chief Innovation Officer @Columbia Business School
Angela Lee is a Professor of Practice and the Chief Innovation Officer at Columbia Business School. She teaches Venture Capital (Foundations of VC, VC Seminar) and Leadership (The Leader’s Voice) courses. She started her career in product management and then moved into strategy consulting at McKinsey. She is a startup investor and the founder of 37 Angels, an investing network that has evaluated 15000 startups, invested in 60, and activates new investors through a startup investment bootcamp. Angela has spoken at the White House and NASA and is a sought-after expert on CNBC, Bloomberg TV, MSNBC and Fox Business. She was recognized by Inc. as one of 17 Inspiring Women to Watch in 2017, by Entrepreneur Magazine as one of 6 Innovative Women to Watch in 2015, and by Craine’s as a Notable Women in Tech in 2019.  Angela received her BA from the University of California, Berkeley and her MBA from Columbia Business School.