The article, published yesterday (July 20), comes just a few weeks after another 500 Startups exec, co-founder Dave McClure, was forced to resign amid a mounting number of sexual harassment claims against him.
A female partner has recently left 500 Startups reportedly due to her frustration on the recent scandal involving co-founder Dave McClure and how the firm handled it.
According to TechCrunch, Entrepreneur Elizabeth Yin stepped down effective Friday, three years after joining the Bay Area startup accelerator in 2014 as an investor.
Merely a week after a creepy white venture capitalist in the form of Justin Caldbeck of Binary Capital was exposed of preying on Asian female startup founders, another Silicon Valley corporate honcho is being accused of sexual harassment by multiple women.
500 Startups co-founder Dave McClure was among those high-profile venture capitalists mentioned in the explosive New York Times article which exposed sexual harassment in the tech industry.