Interview with Bessemer’s Elliott Robinson on Why Venture Capital Is Still So White

Many VC firms chose to make surface-level reforms that didn’t affect their actual, white-heavy power structures, according to Elliott Robinson, a partner at Bay Area venture capital company Bessemer Venture Partners.

In an interview with Upfront Ventures partner Kara Nortman, Robinson observed, “There’s a lot of diversity BS in venture capital—there still is.”

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