Betty is an angel investor and entrepreneur with over 20 years of business, legal and risk management experience. She began angel investing through Pipeline Angels, a network of new and seasoned women investors, that is changing the face of angel investing and creating capital for women and non-binary femme social entrepreneurs. As a member of Pipeline Angels, she regularly evaluates investing opportunities and speaks on behalf of the organization to promote the program. She is also a graduate of Babson College’s Women Innovating Now (WIN) Lab, a yearlong residency program for women entrepreneurs that accelerates the entrepreneurial path from ideation to launch.
Betty is a co-founder of the Investors of Color Network (ICN), which is building an ecosystem of Black and Latinx accredited investors to close the racial funding gap in start-up capital. One of ICN’s many goals is to activate and mobilize ten thousand investors of color to collectively create $100 million in new capital for Black and brown entrepreneurs over the next five years.
Betty is passionate about supporting and mentoring female and minority entrepreneurs, and has a focus on education, fitness, wellness, consumer tech, fin-tech and diversity-focused businesses. She is an investor in several female-led start-ups, including Allergy Amulet, CNote, BeautyLynk, Fit
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