The Risk-Taking Edge of West Coast Women

New York Times, November 10, 2010 When Deborah Perry Piscione moved to Silicon Valley after a career in media and foreign relations on the East Coast, it wasn’t the weather or wealth that amazed her. It…..Read more

Silicon Valley/San Jose Business Journal

November 16, 2010 The downstairs ballroom of the Rosewood Hotel in Menlo Park rocked on Friday. But it wasn’t to the sounds of the Billboard Top Ten. It was because of the energy…..Read more

Alley to the Valley PRESS RELEASE

Founder of Alley to the Valley, Deborah Perry Piscione, featured in Stanford Graduate School of Business Case Study as highly sought after collaborator Palo Alto, California: October 17, 2011, Stanford Graduate School of Business highlights the career path of Deborah Perry Piscione, bestselling author..Read more

Alley to the Valley PRESS RELEASE

Inaugural “Alley To The Valley” Forum Galvanizes Top-Level Female Leaders To Invest In And Advocate For Female‐Owned Businesses. 50 of Most Powerful and Financially Influential Women Provide Tangible “Success” Guidelines for Female-­‐led Companies SILICON VALLEY, CA (November 22, 2010) – Even more startling than the lack of women in technology is the lack of high–‐level female entrepreneurs..Read more