The Pulse Celebrates The Following Women April 25 -29

WITI News Staff

May 16, 2022

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This week we celebrate the following women:

The Women of Silicon Valley
excerpts from Pulse of the Valley, April 25 -29



Fundings
Amy Errett, CEO & Founder of Madison Reed, received funding of $33M for total capital of $236M.
Amira Barkal, CEO & Founder of Pheast Therapeutics, received funding of $76M for total capital of $76M.

Executive Moves in the last 90 days
Becky Center joined the team at IndieGoGo as CEO.
Shannon Nash moved from Reputation to Wing as CFO.
Daniele Gemignani joined the team at Pipefy as CTO.
Charlene Banard joined the team at Atara Biotherapeutics as CTO.
Michaela Dempsey moved from Barnes Group to Evisort as CMO.
Suzy Monford joined the team at Focal Systems as Chief Strategy and Marketplace Officer.
Irma Laxamana joined the team at Cloudera as Chief Legal Officer.
Christine Foster joined the team at Metagenomi as Chief Business Officer.
Susan Lundeen moved from Unity Biotechnology to Allogene Therapeutics as Chief Human Resources Officer.
Anne Marie DePaul Haddock joined the team at Earnin as VP People.
Alice Lulka joined the team at Lilt as Head of People.

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