Dent:Live is a monthly(ish) podcast that is live-broadcast in front of a studio audience at The Collective, a new Seattle urban clubhouse in South Lake Union.
Yes, Anarghya was named a 2017 “30 under 30” in venture capital by Forbes. Yes, she published a math theorum at the age of 17. But the achievements Anarghya is most proud of are her relationships and community in and out of work, her solid connection to her Indian roots, and her ability to straddle multiple cultures well. Anarghya joined Maveron in 2015 after working for several startups in product management and operations roles. She focuses her energies on opportunities in frontier tech, where cutting-edge technologies intersect with existing mass consumer experiences.
Anarghya is passionate about diversity in tech and considers it a lifelong mission to get more women involved in technology, and to increase diversity in both thought and practice in the field. In her spare time, Anarghya trains for marathons and performs as an Indian classical dancer.