Good morning, Broadsheet readers! Another woman-led company is going public, Benchmark’s first-ever female GP talks to Fortune, and women’s representation among hedge fund elite is woefully low. Have a rejuvenating weekend. • Hedging on equality. Are there women in the hedge fund world? Sure—they just aren’t usually in investing roles—the high-profile, money-minting, decision-making jobs that really drive the industry. A Wall Street Journal analysis finds that “of the largest 50 U.S. hedge funds by assets under management, only two have women as their top investment executive.” Those two are Qi Wang of PIMCO and Nancy Zimmerman of Bracebridge Capital.