ABOUT THE TABLE
Women are still severely underrepresented in founding enterprise technology companies—only 2% of women start B2B companies, compared to 13% of men (according to MIT).
the table is a community of women leaders in enterprise and deep technology - including founders, operators, practitioners, and investors - changing that statistic. the table exists to create connectivity between and improve visibility for exceptional women and non-binary talent in enteprise and deep technology. We do this by hosting curated monthly roundtable discussions and highlighting exceptional work in our monthly newsletter. At the table, we believe that gender is the least notable thing about the members of our community.
By joining the table, you can be a part of our efforts to create a more inclusive, and powerful, enterprise technology community.
Justine is a crypto consultant. She was previously an investor at Playground Global, a deeptech venture fund based in Palo Alto. She previously worked as an equity research analyst at Barclays Capital, covering internet and telecom infrastructure, during which time she completed the CFA program. She has conducted research on emerging technologies for UC Berkeley, Stanford University, SamsungNext, the World Economic Forum, and the United Nations (ITU).
Justine worked with Brittany at Dorm Room Fund, a student run venture fund backed by First Round capital, while completing her MBA at Berkeley-Haas. She was a professional ballerina prior to her career in finance.
Brittany is an investor at CRV, a generalist venture fund with offices in Palo Alto and San Francisco. She has spent time with several funds focused on investing in enterprise and future of work startups including Crosscut Ventures, Pritzker Group Venture Capital, and Lewis & Clark Ventures. Brittany previously worked in operations at Uber, where she was responsible for pricing and incentives across the Southeast sub-region, and in product management as part of Deloitte Digital.
Brittany worked with Justine at Dorm Room Fund while at Wharton, where she completed her MBA with concentrations in entrepreneurship and strategic management.