Stubbs Alderton & Markiles attorney Shanita Nicholas was featured as a panelist by the Multicultural Angel Investor Network on a panel covering “How to Raise Capital for your Startup.”
On the panel, she shared her perspectives on the legal considerations for entrepreneurs and investors while raising venture capital. She also shared information about “The Preccelerator”, an early-stage accelerator Stubbs Alderton & Markiles operates, her journey launching her own startup and how’s she’s promoting diversity in tech through the Los Angeles Black Investors Club.
The event was March 5th at Cross Campus in Los Angeles.
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Shanita Nicholas is an associate of the firm. Shanita’s practice focuses on corporate transactions, corporate governance, mergers and acquisitions matters and other general corporate and business matters for private and public middle-market and emerging growth companies. Shanita’s practice also includes representation of emerging growth companies from inception through various tiers of venture capital financing and corporate finance transactions. She also works on private equity deals with an emphasis on strategic acquisitions and private equity exits. Prior to joining the firm, Shanita worked at international law firms within mergers and acquisitions for middle market private equity clients and within derivatives and mergers and acquisitions for large private equity clients. Prior to her legal career, Shanita worked as an IT consultant at Booz Allen Hamilton, where she acted as a liaison between government clients and technical specialists. She is familiar with the requisition and RFP processes within government agents, having spent time developing them. Shanita is the founder of the Los Angeles Black Investors Club (LABIC) and a member of the Los Angeles venture association. LABIC is a 501(c)(3) with a mission to inform, exchange, and foster the development of entrepreneurial ventures through serving as a conduit to venture creation, capitalization, and capacity building for diverse communities.