Pipeline Fellowship in the News

BlogHer

“Entrepreneurs who attend the conferences say that it teaches them what it’s like to sit on the other side of the table and helps them get a better sense of what investors look for when considering investing in a startup.”
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Elle

“Natalia Oberti Noguera is hacking angel investing at the Pipeline Fellowship”
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Forbes

“[Pipeline Fellowship] alumnae have gone on to launch an accelerator (Women Innovate Mobile), as well as angel groups of their own (Topstone Angels, 37 Angels).”
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The New York Times

“The benefits of partnering with Pipeline are more than financial”
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TechCrunch

“Pipeline aims to ‘train’ its participants to become angel investors through a combination of mentoring and practice.”
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The Verge

“Female angel investors are part of the answer. Natalia Oberti Noguera founded the Pipeline Fellowship for this exact reason.”
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CoEXIST

“Pipeline Fellowship is changing the face of angel investing, bringing women and minority groups into the fold.”
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Exhale

“Pipeline Fellowship promotes women investors”
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The Huffington Post

“Pipeline Fellowship’s angel training program is there to help make sure there is a steady flow of more women investors.”
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Reuters

“With few female angel investors, signs of change.”
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TriplePundit

“Not only does Oberti Noguera aspire to bring more women into the startup-investing fold, a feat in itself, but she also wants to ensure that the women are diverse in race, age and background.”
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Xconomy

“[The Pipeline Fellowship] is meant to provide a forum for female angel investors who want to support women-owned businesses.”
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