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A Complicated Journey From VC To ‘Accidental Entrepreneur’ Back To VC

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Chicago-based Rising Leader Jennifer Fried spoke to In Vivo about her journey from ‘dream job’ as a VC to ‘accidental entrepreneur’ and co-founder of software company Explorer Surgical, before returning to the VC world. Now working as Portfolia’s venture partner and lead investor, Fried is scouting for innovative companies solving key women’s health issues in areas of clinical unmet needs such as menopause and endometriosis.

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