Despite Hardships Ellen Pao Has No Regrets From Discrimination Lawsuit

No one in Silicon Valley was quite as polarizing this year as Ellen Pao, the former venture capitalist who lost a landmark case this March against Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers for gender discrimination and retaliation. Pao's every action was scrutinized, her life turned upside down, as the trial publicly unfolded.
Despite the media circus, Pao said she doesn't regret suing Kleiner Perkins, even if the experience proved harder than she anticipated.
She also hasn't decided whether or not to appeal the verdict, a decision she has until June 8 to make.
The trial also made it difficult for Pao to find a job after Kleiner Perkins, but she eventually landed one as interim CEO of Reddit, the popular content-sharing site with 170 million monthly active visitors.