The Pulse Celebrates The Following Women November 14 - 18

WITI News Staff

November 21, 2022

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This week we celebrate these women making their mark in Silicon Valley.

The Women of Silicon Valley
excerpts from Pulse of the Valley, November 14 - 18



Investments in Women-Led Companies

Women-led companies (6) received $92M (7.5%) of the $1.22B in total investments for the week.
Click on any person or company name to see details, including LinkedIn and website.

Christina Gilbert, CoFounder of OneSchema, closed a $6.3M Series Seed with $6.4M in total capital.
Product and engineering teams use OneSchema to save months of development time building a CSV importer.

Cailin Hardell,, CEO and Co-Founder of Segmed, closed a $5.2M Series Seed with $10M in total capital.
Segmed partners with health systems and other medical providers to provide curated and anonymized data for medical AI companies to facilitate and accelerate algorithm development.

Neha Sampat,, CEO & Founder of Contentstack, closed a $80M Series C with $169.2M in total capital.
Contentstack™ empowers marketers and developers to deliver composable digital experiences at the speed of their imagination.

Women on the Move
Swati Reichmuth moved from BrightInsight to Rune Labs as COO in September, 2022.
Ann Tomlin joined the team at Myovant Sciences as SVP Human Resources this month.
Dorian Kendal joined the team at Netlify as CMO this month.
Wendi Zhang joined the team at Celential.ai as VP Business Development this month.
Shana Patadia has joined the team at EV Realty as Sr. Director of Business Development this month.
Lacey Mitchell has joined the team at Oma Fertility as VP Human Resources this month.
Shenna Bradshaw has joined the team at Booster as VP Legal this month.
Meagen Eisenberg moved from TripActions to Lacework as CMO this month.

Women Joining Boards of Directors
Carly Brantz CMO of DigitalOcean, has joined the board at Leap DEX this month.
Kristen Robinson Chief People Officer of Splunk, has joined the boardd at Planet this month.
Ellie Fields Chief Product and Engineering Officer of Salesloft, has joined the board at Calix this month.

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