Thought Leadership – December 2022

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Ulupreneurs wrapped up 2022 raising more than $23M in December and a whopping $646M for the year!

Ulu partners were spotlighted throughout 2022 for their extraordinary contributions to the venture capital and entrepreneurial ecosystems. CEO Miriam Rivera’s many awards this year included a recognition by Insider as the #1 Female Seed-Stage Investor. Both Managing Director Clint Korver, #26, and Miriam, #28, made Insider’s Top Seed 100.

Partner Nancy Torres was cited as a Rising Star in venture capital by Insider. Our newest partner, Maria Salamanca, was awarded “30 Under 30” All-Star Alumni status by Forbes.

Nine Ulupreneurs were named to the Forbes “30 Under 30” list.

One of our most exciting 2022 stats is that Ulu has 27% of all Latina partners in US venture firms, with a fund over $100M!

Looking forward to a prosperous 2023 for all!

Insider

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Insider named Nancy Torres as one of the Rising Stars shaking up the venture capital industry.

Kauffman Fellows

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Clint Korver (KF Class 14) led a spirited discussion for a global group of Kauffman Fellows entitled “The Four Secret Levers of GP Wealth Creation,” which explored how most emerging managers don’t appreciate the potential of a GP contribution to build personal wealth. Ulu Partner Steve Reale (KF Class 14) also spearheaded a discussion for emerging managers entitled “The Nuts and Bolts of Management Companies” which dived into the relationship and management of fund vehicles.

Carta Equity Summit

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Nancy Torres was featured at the Carta Equity Summit discussing new venture fund structures and investment strategies. She highlighted what differentiates Ulu from other VCs: the firm’s focus on diverse teams and its expertise in using decision analysis.

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Rusty Dornin
Rusty Dornin
Rusty Dornin is the director of marketing and communications for Ulu Ventures. An award-winning radio and television journalist, she was a CNN correspondent for nearly 18 years covering domestic and world news ranging from war to natural disasters and tales of crime and politics.
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