What’s it Like to be Black in Tech? Hear from Founders, VCs and More in Our New Video Series

DC venture capitalist Melissa Bradley knows what it’s like to be the only Black woman in the room.

A fixture in the startup scene since 1999, she’s seen it go through many eras. She’s cofounder of growth engine Ureeka, managing partner at 1863 Ventures, and the steward of DC’s third iteration of its Inclusive Innovation Equity Impact Fund.

Bradley is the first subject of our new video series, “Black in Tech 2024: A Dream Promised… and Deferred.”