The Pulse Celebrates The Following Women May 31 - June 3

WITI News Staff

June 04, 2022

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This week we celebrate the following women:

The Women of Silicon Valley
excerpts from Pulse of the Valley, May 31 - June 3



Fundings
Olya Caliujnaia Sivers CEO of Sanlo received funding of $10M for total capital raised of $13.5M.
Miranda Wang CEO & cofounder of Novoloop received funding of $10M for total capital of $24M.
Trisha Kothari CEO of Unit21 received funding of $45M for total capital raised of $92M.

M&A
Julie Bornstein CEO of The Yes Platform which was acquired by Pinterest for an undisclosed amount.

Recent Executive Moves
Erica Fox joined the team at Primer Technologies as Chief People Officer.
Kelly Sims joined the team at Thrive Capital as Partner.
Tram Phi moved from DocuSign to Databricks as General Counsel.
Divya Sudhakar joined the team at Geodesic Capital as Partner.
Martha Rook joined the team at Insitro as Chief Technical Operations Officer.
Amy C Peterson joined the team at CytomX Therapeutics as President & COO.
Anupama Hoey joined the team at Fountain Therapeutics as Chief Business Officer.
Stephanie Wang joined the team at Ultima Genomics as VP Legal.
Linda Molyneux joined the team at Hound Labs as Chief Human Resources Officer.
Bettina M Cockroft, Chief Medical Officer of Sangamo Therapeutics has joined the board at Annexon Biosciences.

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