2021 Bovay Lecture in Engineering Ethics: Elisa Miller-Out: Building a Movement to Invest in Women in Tech
2021 Bovay Lecture in Engineering Ethics
Building a Movement to Invest in Women in Tech
Managing Partner, Chloe Capital
In considering issues around women in STEM, an important aspect is the disproportionate lack of venture capital for women run businesses in the technology sector. The firm Chloe Capital has been specifically working to redress this gap, and Elisa Miller-Out will speak about those efforts in her talk.
Elisa Miller-Out is an experienced tech entrepreneur, investor, board director and community builder. Elisa is Managing Partner at Chloe Capital, a seed stage venture capital firm investing in women-led innovation companies. She’s co-founder of PollQ, a chatbot startup, a board member at Women 2.0, a media brand with a global reach of over 1 million women in tech, and CFO and chair of the board at Singlebrook. Singlebrook is a custom software services firm Elisa co-founded and led as CEO for over 10 years. Singlebrook has Fortune 500, higher education and nonprofit clients from around the world, including: Cornell, Yale, Henry Schein, Hitachi, the Sierra Club, and the Environmental Defense Fund. Elisa has been featured in the New York Times, the Washington Post, USA Today, Forbes and other publications, and she speaks about technology and entrepreneurship at events across the country. Elisa graduated Summa Cum Laude from Barnard College of Columbia University.