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Recast Capital Launches Spring Cohort for 2024 Enablement Program

Recast Capital

Recast Capital, a NYC-based women-owned venture capital platform that invests in and supports top-tier emerging fund managers, with a focus on diverse partnerships, announced the eighth cohort of its Enablement Program.

The tuition-free program is designed to support US-based emerging managers that are pre-launch or mid-launch for their first or second fund. Over the course of 12 weeks, participants will gain access to networking, community engagement, and one-on-one guidance from venture professionals, LPs, and service providers. In 2024, the program is supported by Gunderson Dettmer, Strut Consulting, Antares Capital, Banc of California, Citizens Bank, Cornerstone Fund Services, Frank, Rimerman & Co., and Sydecar, among others.

The Recast Enablement Spring 2024 cohort includes:

  • Maximilian Diez – Twenty Five Ventures
  • Emily McMahan, Sherman Williams – AIN Ventures
  • Carli Sapir – Amboy Street Ventures
  • Jeffrey Truong – Broadway Venture Partners
  • B. Pagels Minor – DVRGNT Ventures
  • Lenore Karafa, Arthur Karell, Renny McPherson – First In
  • Jacob Afriat, Rani Aliahmad – Great Circle Ventures
  • Jackie DiMonte, Peter Christman – Grid Capital
  • Alejandro Muñoz, Andy Vargas-Hernandez – No Border Ventures
  • Lauren Wagner – Radium Ventures
  • Lucas Vaz – Ravelin Capital
  • Antonio Key, Brandon Hoffman – Sunset Ventures

Since launching in 2020 and with this latest cohort, Recast has supported 109 funds to the program, 79% of which are led by at least one GP who identifies as a woman or non-binary, and 62% of which are led by at least one GP of color.

Led by Managing Partner Sara Zulkosky and Courtney McCrea, Recast Capital leverages its network and track record to provide its limited partners diversified exposure to high-potential emerging managers, as well as access to a pipeline of the future’s industry-leading franchises.

The firm also launched the Enablement and Accelerate Programs as complements to its fund investment strategy.