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Brianne Kimmel

Brianne Kimmel

Brianne Kimmel is an angel investor and the founder of Work Life Ventures.

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September 10, 2019

At the helm of the new fund, Kimmel joins a small group of solo female general partners
Work Life CEO Brianne Kimmel raises $5M in Venture round.
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Brianne graduated from Kent State University, School of Journalism and Mass Communications in the top 1% of her class, and was nominated by staff and peers for Student Leader of the Year and Junior Leader of the Year. Kimmel heavily participated in student entrepreneurship activities on campus and developed multiple entrepreneurship opportunity programs.

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itiswhatitis.fm can be found mobile browsers using these emojis followed by ".fm."

Kimmel also describes herself as a "#1 fan, proud mom, old grandma" of the internet meme, "It is what it is." The meme, represented by a lips emoji with two eyes emoji surrounding it, originated on TikTok. It eventually transitioned to Twitter and was popularized by a "diverse, ragtag group of young technologists tired of the status quo tech industry." Those who included the emojis in their Twitter profile werebecame invitedmembers intoof a private group.

Attention from the meme wasgenerated directedattention to raising money for causes benefiting racial injustice. Itiswhatitis has a unique URL, which seems to be represented by jumbled letters, numbers, and symbols on a traditional computer browser,. howeverHowever, the domain is the result of a Punycode converter, which converts symbolscharacters like emojis into text. Itiswhatitis.fm raised over $200,000 for three causes: Loveland Foundation Therapy Fund, The Okra Project, and The Innocence Project. Other notable publications and figures endorsing itiswhatitis included Forbes, Andrew Chen of Andressen Horowitz, and The Independent.

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Angel Investing and founding Work Life Ventures
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Brianne Kimmel is an Angel investor and the founder of WorklifeWork Life Ventures and SaaS School.

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May 26, 2020

The office is obsolete. And that's a good thing | Brianne Kimmel
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Work Life Ventures is founded by BriannaBrianne Kimmel
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Work Life Ventures is founded by Brianna Kimmel
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Kimmel went on to found WorklifeWork Life Ventures in 2019, a venture capital and private equity firm that focuses on investing in tools and services for improving the work lives of employed individuals. The firm makes investment decisions within 24-48 hours for startups that are actively raising.

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May 26, 2020

The office is obsolete. And that's a good thing | Brianne Kimmel

April 16, 2020

Brianne Kimmel and designer Fiona Carty create an online virtual Silicon Valley amidst 'Stay at Home' orders .
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Itiswhatitis has a unique URL, which seems to be represented by jumbled letters, numbers, and symbols on a traditional computer browser. The domain is the result of a punycode converter, which converts symbols like emojis into text.

Attention from the meme was directed to raising money for causes benefiting racial injustice. Itiswhatitis has a unique URL, which seems to be represented by jumbled letters, numbers, and symbols on a traditional computer browser, however, the domain is the result of a Punycode converter, which converts symbols like emojis into text. Itiswhatitis.fm raised over $200,000 for three causes: Loveland Foundation Therapy Fund, The Okra Project, and The Innocence ProjectThe Innocence Project. Other notable publications and figures endorsing itiswhatitis included Forbes, Andrew ChenAndrew Chen of Andressen HorowitzAndressen Horowitz, and The IndependentThe Independent.

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Attention from the meme was directed to raising money for causes benefiting racial injustice. Itiswhatitis.fm raised over $200,000 for three causes: Loveland Foundation Therapy Fund, The Okra Project, and The Innocence Project. Other notable publications and figures endorsing itiswhatitis included ForbesForbes, Andrew Chen of Andressen Horowitz, and The Independent.

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Kimmel also describes herself as a "#1 fan, proud mom, old grandma" of the internet memeinternet meme, "It is what it is." The meme, represented by a lips emoji with two eyes emoji surrounding it, originated on TikTok. It eventually transitioned to Twitter and was popularized by a "diverse, ragtag group of young technologists tired of the status quo tech industry." Those who included the emojis in their Twitter profile were invited into a private group.

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Kimmel also describes herself as a "#1 fan, proud mom, old grandma" of the internet meme, "It is what it is." The meme, represented by a lips emoji with two eyes emoji surrounding it, originated on TikTok. It eventually transitioned to TwitterTwitter and was popularized by a "diverse, ragtag group of young technologists tired of the status quo tech industry." Those who included the emojis in their Twitter profile were invited into a private group.

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Kimmel also describes herself as a "#1 fan, proud mom, old grandma" of the internet meme, "It is what it is." The meme, represented by a lips emoji with two eyes emoji surrounding it, originated on TikTok. It eventually transitioned to Twitter and was popularized by a "diverse, ragtag group of young technologists tired of the status quo tech industry.""diverse, ragtag group of young technologists tired of the status quo tech industry." Those who included the emojis in their Twitter profile were invited into a private group.

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Brianne Kimmel publicly endorsed itiswhatitis.fm, an internet meme inspired Think Tank focused on raising money for causes benefiting racial injustice. itiswhatitis.fm has raised over $200,000 for three causes: Loveland Foundation Therapy Fund, The Okra Project, and The Innocence Project. Other notable publications and figures endorsing itiswhatitis include Forbes, Andrew Chen of Andressen Horowitz, and The Independent.

itiswhatitis.fm can be found mobile browsers using these emojis followed by ".fm"

Kimmel also describes herself as a "#1 fan, proud mom, old grandma" of the internet meme, "It is what it is." The meme, represented by a lips emoji with two eyes emoji surrounding it, originated on TikTok. It eventually transitioned to Twitter and was popularized by a "diverse, ragtag group of young technologists tired of the status quo tech industry." Those who included the emojis in their Twitter profile were invited into a private group.

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itiswhatitis.fm can be found mobile browsers using these emojis followed by ".fm"

Attention from the meme was directed to raising money for causes benefiting racial injustice. Itiswhatitis.fm raised over $200,000 for three causes: Loveland Foundation Therapy Fund, The Okra Project, and The Innocence Project. Other notable publications and figures endorsing itiswhatitis included Forbes, Andrew Chen of Andressen Horowitz, and The Independent.

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September 10, 2019

At the helm of the new fund, Kimmel joins a small group of solo female general partners: Dream Machine's Alexia Bonatsos is targeting $25 million for her first fund; Day One Ventures' Masha Drokova raised $20 million for her debut effort last year; and Sarah Cone launched Social Impact Capital, a fund specializing in impact investing, in 2016, among others.
At the helm of the new fund, Kimmel joins a small group of solo female general partners

Emerging from stealth today, Work Life Ventures will invest up to $150,000 per company.

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