Serena Williams is an American professional tennis player and founder of Serena Ventures. The opinions expressed in this commentary are her own.
My life story is one of breaking barriers and championing inclusion, on and off the court. Coming up in a predominately White male sport, I have been underestimated and underpaid throughout my career. Now, as a venture capitalist investing in early-stage startups, I see myself in the Black female founders who are often counted out right from the start.
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