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JOOR CEO, Kristin Savilia, Member of Founders for Change

Below is a post originally written by PowerToFly Partner JOOR, and published on April 17, 2018. Go to JOOR's page on PowerToFly to see their open positions and learn more.

At JOOR, we believe in a more diverse and inclusive tech industry and tech investor community.

Our CEO, Kristin Savilia, is a proud member of All Raise's Founders for Change, a group of venture-backed tech leaders who are dedicated to improving diversity and inclusion within their companies and at the highest levels of VC firms.

Check out this Forbes cover article for more information.

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