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Amber Laurel Baptiste filed a breach of contract lawsuit in San Mateo County on March 8 that accused Goguen of entering a physical relationship with her while she was victim of human trafficking, and continuing to “sexually, physically and emotionally” abuse her for the next 13 years.Baptiste said that she suffered the abuse because she had been relying on Goguen, and his financial support, to free her from the human traffickers to whom she owed money.“We didn’t learn about these claims until March 10, after they were filed in court,” the firm said.“We understand that these allegations of serious improprieties are unproven and unrelated to Sequoia.
In a Stanford University-backed survey of women with at least 10 years of experience in Silicon Valley, 90 percent said they have seen sexist behavior at company off-site events or industry conferences.“I don’t want this lawsuit, and (Sequoia) pushing out a partner, to make it look like this is an isolated problem,” said Robin Wolaner, a former tech startup founder and executive now at We Care Solar, a Berkeley nonprofit. It’s about who are the male VCs comfortable hanging out with.” Typical of VC firms Sequoia Capital is one of hundreds of American VC firms that have no female investing partners.“It may be extreme, but it is not at all isolated.” “This is as patriarchal as any industry could be imagined to be,” said Rebecca Eisenberg, a compensation negotiation lawyer and founder of Private Client Legal Services. Less than a third of venture capital firms in the United States employ at least one woman to conduct business or participate in investment decisions, according to the Page Mill Publishing study issued last year that underscored a long-standing problem with the VC industry’s diversity. Babson College’s Diana Project estimated in 2014 that 6 percent of venture capitalists are women, down from 10 percent in 1999.Christina Noren, an entrepreneur who’s been the CEO and founder of multiple venture-backed startups, said she’s seen women passed over for jobs because of their gender since the start of her career.She said the attitude in venture capital has gotten worse over time.