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Aperture is Tackling Systemic Bias Faced by Underrepresented Founders

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Aperture is Tackling Systemic Bias Faced by Underrepresented Founders

A new platform for them to connect with investors and other partners
January 17, 2023

Aperture is Tackling Systemic Bias Faced by Underrepresented Founders

In this episode, Joy sits down with Adimika Aurther, India Williams, and Janna Guinen about the launch of a new platform, Aperture, which aims to connect underrepresented founders in the health tech industry with healthcare organizations, investors, and other partners. Immigrant founders and community-based organizations around the world deal with challenges pertaining to systemic structures, like racism, bias, and discrimination. Aperture is designed to reduce these biases and to ensure that products and services that people are developing are equitable. Founders can join for free with a simple application process. Tune in to learn more!

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