Julia Pimsleur YC ’90 on How Female Entrepreneurship Can Close the Gender Gap

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“If we can help more women entrepreneurs get to a million in revenues we will see a massive impact globally. Helping more women scale up their businesses is one of the quickest ways to close the gender gap around financial parity. When women run successful businesses, we see huge ripple effects on their families and on their communities—and women also tend to start businesses with cultures that prioritize work-life balance.”

—Julia Pimsleur YC ’90, founder of Little Pim and the author of Million Dollar Women: The Essential Guide for Female Entrepreneurs Who Want to Go Big 

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This event is co-hosted by the Entrepreneurship Club and Women In Management (WIM).

Julia Pimsleur is the author of Million Dollar Women: The Essential Guide for Female Entrepreneurs Who Want to Go Big (Simon & Schuster, October 2015), Amazon Top 20 in Women & Business. She is also CEO and Founder of Little Pim, the leading system for introducing young children to a second language. Little Pim has won 25 awards and features the proprietary Entertainment Immersion Method. Julia Pimsleur is the daughter of language teaching pioneer, Dr. Paul Pimsleur, as well as an award-winning filmmaker and mother of two. She has raised over $5 million in angel and venture funding and $20 million in philanthropic dollars and blogs for Forbes.com about entrepreneurship.

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