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BRAVA Investments Partners With The United State of Women to Equip Future Women Leaders with Entrepreneurial Skills in New Galvanize Program
BRAVA Investments CEO Nathalie Molina Niño is featured in "Where are the successful black and brown founders that have exited?"
“We apply a high level of scrutiny to gauge how many women are going to be impacted and how much money [an investment] will put in their pockets." - Nathalie Molina Niño
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"Investing in companies led by women provides above market returns to those who invest. BRAVA...goes a step farther, investing in companies which also create social outcomes for women..." -Trevor Neilson, CEO, i(x) investments.
"What I want is pragmatic short-term outcomes right now. So... if you were to make me choose between making one woman a billionaire or making a billion women economically independent I’m going to choose B." - Nathalie Molina Niño
"You already know how to work hard. Figure out how to work smart," Nathalie Molina Niño, CEO of BRAVA Investments, advises women striving to succeed in male-dominated fields.
“If I can help women... have more financial freedom and abundance, then that is a long-term change that will have an effect on innovation and generations to come.” -Nathalie Molina Niño, CEO BRAVA Investments
NEW HAVEN REGISTER “Women are at a particular disadvantage because... [they] are less equipped to throw money at issues like this," said BRAVA CEO Nathalie Molina Niño in regards to the effects of Trump's policy decisions on female entrepreneurs.
Nathalie Molina Niño, the co-founder and CEO of Brava Investments, explains that your greatest competitive advantage lies in fully understanding your customer’s wants and needs.
"Values Help This VC Choose Investments That (Don't Just) Empower Women"
The Challenger Project
The Challenger Project features BRAVA Investments and CEO Nathalie Molina Niño as one of their "20 Challengers to Watch in 2017"
BRAVA CEO, Nathalie Molina Niño shares 3 ways to empower women, even if you can't make it to the #Womensmarch.
"Founders should focus on... getting their story down so well it's in their bones... Once you can relax and pitch with your eyes closed, you can really start to listen and read a room, and nothing is more important than that.”
BRAVA Investments CEO Nathalie Molina Niño serves as panelist on MSNBC's "Elevator Pitch" for rising entrepreneurs.
ATHENA CENTER FOR LEADERSHIP STUDIES
BRAVA Investments CEO, Nathalie Molina Niño moderates a discussion with Minerva Tantoco, former CTO for the City of New York and Senior Advisor for Future/Perfect Ventures.
EL NUEVO DIA
"El 'no' es una parte importante de la negociacion, tanto como el 'si'" - Nathalie Molina Niño, CEO of BRAVA Investments.
Breaker and tech superconnector Nathalie Molina Niño on her mission, her mind, and the importance of kindness...
Brava Investments CEO Nathalie Molina Nino on investing in businesses that are benefiting women financially in a measurable way.
THE WASHINGTON POST
This Investor Will Give You Millions - If Your Business Makes Women Richer
Changemakers at SXSL: President Obama Says It's Up To Us To Change the World
Innovator Insights: Nathalie Molina Niño, CEO and co-founder of BRAVA Investments
The Real Reason It's Hard To Raise Venture Capital Funds.
Skirting The Rules
I Started My First Business at 20 Years Old - And Am Leveling the Playing Field for Other Women.
SHE SHOULD RUN
Nathalie Molina Niño discusses accelerating measurable change in outcomes for women at the She Should Run National Conversation.
"Leap frog over the typical steps that people teach you to get from point A to point B." - Nathalie Molina Niño, CEO, BRAVA Investments
“We have to step aside and stop framing things in the form of a three-part, nice, neat story with a button at the end, and we have to start thinking about life in its messy, chaotic ways,” -Nathalie Molina Niño
The 3 Percent Conference
Cindy Gallop highlights BRAVA Investments at the 3 Percent Conference
Small Biz Daily
The recently launched Brava Investments looks to address women’s inequality throughout the world. Both these companies, and others like them, seek compelling returns based on a double bottom line.