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Kirsten Bischoff
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Kirsten Bischoff is co-Founding Partner at, a micro social network developed around organization tools for managing your inner circle (send invites, share to do lists, photos and more!). The site and its free apps bring social collaboration tools into the home. A graduate of NYU Tisch School of the Arts, Kirsten has spent most of her career entrenched in the highly entertaining world of…finance. She gained operational experience at a hedge fund startup that grew to $1bn in assets, spent 3 years as a marketing assistant at BlackRock, and most recently toiled as a senior editor for an online financial news publication. Kirsten lives in Springfield, NJ and when she is not working on she can usually be found playing chauffer to her over-scheduled thirteen-year-old daughter Sophie.

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The Fundraising Tool Every Class Mom Should Know About

(0) Comments | Posted July 22, 2013 | 6:30 PM

I stumbled onto after first reading about the Rhode Island-based startup on TechCrunch. What a genius idea. So genius that it seemed like the perfect answer to the short term fundraising needs that we had at to find money to pay for a few developmental improvements...

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Passing the Hat in the Digital Age

(2) Comments | Posted July 11, 2013 | 11:28 AM

Walk through any subway station or busy town center and chances are you are likely to spot an artist performing for a crowd, either passing a hat to collect donations or waiting for cash to be dropped into an open guitar case. Now, imagine if instead of artists, you were...

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Teenagers, Nudity, Cell Phones and Social Media: The Parenting Nightmare of 2013

(4) Comments | Posted March 19, 2013 | 8:36 PM

Those of us who follow news stories regarding teens and social media may one day look back at the events that unfolded this week in Ridgewood, N.J. as the "canary in the coal mine" to a growing danger for our children. What danger is that you ask?...

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Tech Investors Should Take Note - The Female Consumer Is Changing Her Online Behavior

(2) Comments | Posted March 13, 2013 | 3:02 PM

By now we all know the power of the online female consumer. She propelled Pinterest to lofty, billion dollar heights, she is the dominant user on Facebook, and she drives the conversation on Twitter.

The female consumer is the decision maker behind a whopping

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Twitter Masterclass: How to Get Jack Dorsey to Read Your Tweets

(3) Comments | Posted March 7, 2013 | 11:57 AM

Let me tell you about the day I watched Jack Dorsey read my Tweet.

Last Friday NYU held an amazing conference -- The 2nd Annual NYU Entrepreneurship Festival. The event, which was originally supposed to be held in the Fall, but was cancelled as Hurricane Sandy hit,...

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Couch Surfing Is Awesome Unless You're Someone's Legal Guardian

(0) Comments | Posted January 7, 2013 | 1:31 PM

It helps to be either independently wealthy or completely free of responsibility when launching a new company. I quit my full time job last year to give myself 12 months to focus completely on my tech start-up. With the help of my parents (who have made many sacrifices),...

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How I Increased My Klout Score by 6 Points in 2 Weeks With 7 Tweets a Day

(4) Comments | Posted January 2, 2013 | 4:22 PM

Sometimes tweeting can feel distinctly like standing on the edge of the Grand Canyon and shouting 140 characters into nothing. You're lucky if crickets sound some sort of answer. I used to feel that way a lot about tweeting. And it's not like I didn't understand how to use it....

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