Women-Led VC Firm TMV Raises $64 Million To Back ‘Triple Bottom-Line’ Startups Benefiting The Planet

At first glance, Soraya Darabi and Marina Hadjipateras might appear an unusual venture capital cofounder pair.

Darabi’s career took off in the small world of New York techies of the late 2000s, managing The New York Times’ early forays into social media and a digital-first world before cofounding several startups. Hadjipateras, meanwhile, was making her name in Greece, South Korea and the Philippines, representing her family’s shipping and helping guide it public.

But as cofounders of TMV, formerly known as Trail Mix Ventures, the two former college classmates fit. “Our networks are completely different, and therefore complementary,” Hadjipateras says. “We have the same hunger and drive, and

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