**About the Video: Equitable Venture in Action – Kindred Capital VC Interview with Leila Rastegar Zegna**
Welcome to this insightful interview with Leila Rastegar Zegna, the Founding Partner at Kindred Capital VC. Leila, who is also on the board of companies such as Pollen and LabGenius and serves as a senior advisory board member to Entrepreneur First, shares her thoughts on the idea of equitable venture. With two decades of experience building and funding technology businesses, Leila’s expertise shines through as she discusses the principles behind Kindred Capital’s approach to venture capital.
Leila’s background as a mathematician with a first-class degree from Yale University and a Harvard MBA adds a unique perspective to her role. In this interview, she shares her journey of how she accidentally entered the world of venture capital and the passion she has for solving problems and supporting mission-oriented technology businesses.
With Kindred Capital’s recent success in closing their second fund, a remarkable 90 million euros, Leila dives deeper into their approach to equitable venture. By prioritizing strong relationships with entrepreneurs as decision-makers, Kindred Capital aims to add value to their portfolio companies by offering a unique blend of knowledge, networks, and empathy.
**Key Tags: Kindred Capital VC, equitable venture, entrepreneur, technology businesses, venture capital**
To learn more about Kindred Capital VC and their groundbreaking approach to venture capital, watch the full interview with Leila Rastegar Zegna.
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About the idea of equitable venture based on the example of Kindred Capital VC – Kinga Stanislawska (Experior VC) in an interview with Leila Rastegar Zegna the Founding Partner at Kindred from London.
Leila is on the board of companies including Pollen and LabGenius, and serves as senior advisory board member to Entrepreneur First. She is both an investor and an entrepreneur, with two decades of experience building and funding technology businesses, including cofounding her own genomics business in Silicon Valley. Leila is a mathematician by training with a first class degree from Yale University and a Harvard MBA.