In this episode, Kam shares her journey of transitioning from social enterprise to investing and her tips on recruitment process. We also discuss how critical mentorship is, especially in the space of venture capital.
Kam is an Associate at Indicator Ventures, a US-based seed-stage venture firm that backs and supports companies leveraging ‘digital efficiencies’ and at The Fund, NYC’s most active seed stage fund backing local entrepreneurs. She’s also involved with the Black New Venture Competition, a startup bootcamp and largest pitch competition for Black entrepreneurs in the nation.
Before joining the investment space, Kam founded Dream Outside the Box, an app-driven social franchise model connecting college workforce with PK-5th grade students for career focused experiences, an organization that was recognized by President Barack Obama. Kam was a first generation college student at University of Missouri and is currently a second year MBA student at Harvard Business School