Suzanne Biegel: ‘It took me having a fatal illness to come back to my original self’

Many know her as the gender-lens investing champion; her friends consider her an “exceptional connector” whose crazy ideas have long been ahead of her time. Now, as the self-described party-thrower faces a terminal diagnosis, Suzanne Biegel is more impatient than ever to get money moving to where it matters. And her legacy project, she tells us, is deeply personal – and a source of joy.



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