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Pipeline Fellowship founder and CEO Founder & CEO Natalia Oberti Noguera.
Pipeline Fellowship founder and CEO Natalia Oberti Noguera.

Pipeline Fellowship, an organization than runs bootcamps for women angel investors, is coming to Seattle.

Women wanting to learn more about ins and outs of making investments may find value in the program, which started in New York City and has expanded to several other cities including San Francisco and Boston.

Pipeline’s bootcamp features workshops taught by industry professionals on topics like due diligence, valuation, portfolio strategies and measuring impact. Program attendees will also receive 1-on1 mentoring from an experienced angel investor and participate in a Pipeline Fellowship Pitch Summit.

Since launching Pipeline in April 2011, founder and CEO Natalia Oberti Noguera has helped train more than 70 women who have committed more than $350,000 in investment.

The Seattle bootcamp is scheduled to begin this fall. Applicants must meet the U.S. definition of an accredited investor. Those interested in applying can do so here.

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