“How do I start?”

That’s the most common question GingerBread Capital Founder & CEO Linnea Roberts hears from women who are interested in VC investing.  And one of the biggest obstacles for women who want to invest in promising startups led by female founders is just figuring out how to jump into the investment landscape, Roberts noted during a panel discussion at Fortune Magazine’s Most Powerful Women Next Gen Summit, held in Laguna Niguel, Calif. on Dec. 12.

Roberts admitted she was “worried about that, too,” in the beginning. But, “I just needed to start.”

Read the full article at Fortune.com.

And, check out our 8 Quick Tips for Investing in Women Founders” on the GingerSnaps blog.