Interested in Mentoring Women Entrepreneurs?
“One of the mentees I’ve met with on CSweetner is really impressive. She has bootstrapped her company into 8MM in revenue, First-time entrepreneur, deep science background – from all of our meetings, a poster child and proof of amazing female leadership and entrepreneurship. Add to that her outcomes and keen domain experience, and it’s been a lot of fun. ”
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Are you or have you been a successful healthcare executive, entrepreneur, venture capitalist or business or scientific leader? Are you willing to spend a minimum of one hour per month helping others? If so, please help us help others!
Sign up today to join our community of men and women eager to make a difference in the healthcare system by making a difference in the careers of its emerging female leaders.
By becoming a C-Sweetener mentor you will help to advance the trajectory of success for the next generation of women executives and meet like-minded individuals for your own networking. By giving your time, you expand opportunity for others and for yourself.
- Clear way to give back and channel constant demand for mentorship
- Method of vetting and finding a good match with little effort
- Support in structuring meetings, ensuring mentee shows up prepared
- Tools to support mentoring activities
- Social community of other senior women leaders
Become A C-Sweetener Mentor
I became a mentor because:
“I firmly believe that we need more women entrepreneurs in our country and especially in healthcare. An outsized percent of venture backed companies are founded and led by high ego, take the hill men and backed by equally Y dominant venture groups. Much of healthcare is about understanding and serving the subtler, empathetic needs of humanity, and testosterone driven ambition may miss some of those finer points. Having more women run startups will bring a more diverse and possibly compelling group of alternative solutions to solving our global healthcare needs. Personally I have grown up with great women who worked hard to overcome the additional hurdles women face in order to attain leadership roles in our society. With two daughters, it is my firm hope that I can help to provide them with more mentors and a world with fewer boundaries.”
Ned Scheetz | Managing Director | Aphelion Capital