LOS ANGELES—Real Estate Forum Woman of Influence Jilliene Helman is one of the few women to receive venture capital, a success she hopes will open doors for other females in the industry.
By Kelsi Maree Borland|September 26, 2014 at 12:48 PM
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LOS ANGELES—Only a very small percentage of venture capital is awarded to female CEOs, according to Jay Samit, the chairman of the board at crowdfunding platform Realty Mogul. Jilliene Helman, the founder and CEO of Realty Mogul, is one of the women to land venture capital, recently securing$9 million in series-A financing. The accomplishment helped to earn Helman a spot in the Women of Influence round-up on Real Estate Forum, GlobeSt.com’s print sister publication.
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