Marjorie Radlo-Zandi is an experienced angel investor, board director, mentor and consultant for early-stage companies in life sciences, diagnostics, software/IT, clean technology, food/beverage/ag and food tech. She also invests for impact and diversity. She invests through two prominent angel groups: Launchpad Venture Group and Branch Venture Group. Launchpad is the most active angel investment group in the Northeast and top three-ranked group in the U.S. Branch invests nationwide in food and food tech startups. Marjorie was a senior executive and leader in Silicon Valley and the Boston life science diagnostics sector, where she drove domestic and international growth through innovation, market expansion and building robust cross-cultural teams. She also improved organizational performance by positioning and evaluating companies for acquisition. She grew the food diagnostics company she led with angel funds, expanded in over 100 countries, and sold it to a two billion dollar publicly-held firm.
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