92% of all funding went to all-men teams this year, which is not much better than last year. It’s obvious that capital is not being allocated in a way that reflects our society or encourages a broader set of people to become entrepreneurs. Diversity of all kinds is lacking in our ecosystem. I am passionate about changing the status quo, and increasing diversity at VC funds is one important piece to encourage more diverse founders. If investors are more representative of society's diversity, we will reach a more diverse set of entrepreneurs, we will reach more diverse entrepreneurs. They, in turn, can create a whole range of companies and services that we have not previously thought of.