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With LPs demanding transparency and accountability, investor relations professionals working in private markets are evolving their best practices in order to fundraise effectively.
A career journalist and editor, Paperwork Studios CEO Andrew Burmon is the former Chief Content Officer of Fatherly and founding editor of Inverse. His work has appeared in numerous publications. He is a graduate of Stanford University.
A consultative sales specialist, Paperwork Studios publisher Gabi Browne works to ensure each publication is tailored to the needs of its audience. Previously a leader at Yelp and Justworks, she is a graduate of UNC.
Business Development Manager
A private equity analyst turned media disrupter, Simi Shah leads new publication research efforts for Paperwork Studios and reports for our varied publications. She is a graduate of Harvard.
Editor-In-Chief, The Filament
A business journalist specializing in coverage of diversity issues in corporate settings, Ruth leads editorial for The Filament. Formerly a reporter for Forbes, Ruth is a graduate of Columbia University.
A business journalist specializing in coverage of private markets, Cole leads editorial for Fundwise. Formerly the American Editor for PEI, Cole is a graduate of Universite Pantheon Assas and Northwestern University.