Roundtable | TigerTalks Digital: Princeton Women Founders

Wed, Jan 26, 2022, 5:00 pm

Please join a panel of Princeton women founders for an engaging roundtable discussion. Representing a range of industry sectors, the panel will be comprised of the following outstanding alumnae:

Angel Brunner *97, Founder and CEO of EB5 Capital, a real estate and investment management firm that enables foreign investors to fund job-creating ventures and become U.S. citizens.

Genevieve Bellaire ` 11, Founder and CEO of Realworld, a consumer app that helps to make informed decisions about life in the working world. From personal finance and employee benefits, to moving and starting a new job.

Steph Speirs *14, Co-Founder and CEO of Solstice, a mission-driven clean tech company building community-shared solar farms to radically expand the number of households who can tap into renewable energy.

Catherine Dennig ’15, Founder and CEO of Fursure, a fintech company offering pet insurance solutions to consumers (and winner of last year’s Women Founders Startup Showcase).

Daphne Hoppenot ’10 (Moderator), Founder and CEO of The Vendry, the digital marketplace and professional community for event planners.

Each will share their journeys as women entrepreneurs and comment on topics that will include the support from Princeton, the challenges and opportunities that female founders face, their key learnings as they established and grew their startups, and the near-term milestones as CEOs of their companies.

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