Female founder recalls mentoring moment with Henry Kravis


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Suna Said of Nima Capital speaks at Buyouts Insider's Family Office Connect conference at the Harvard Club in Manhattan on May 31, 2018. Photo by Robert Daniel, Buyouts
  • Mentors are important to women’s success: Nima’s Said
  • Men who help women in their careers should be acknowledged
  • Meritocracy is important
Suna Said, founder of single-family office Nima Capital, believes that as American society goes through its reckoning with rampant sexual harassment, women should be vocal about the men who have helped them rise in their careers. “There’s a special place in ...

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