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5 Female Founders Pitch for Investments; Application Deadline February 12, 2020

National Movement to Invest in Women Entrepreneurs
Coming to Charlotte, NC 

5 Female Founders Pitch for Investments; Application Deadline February 12, 2020

For Immediate Release

Charlotte, NC, January 21, 2020  Despite recent progress, women-led companies still received less than 3% of all venture capital in 2019. 

Chloe Capital is a new breed of VC committed to decreasing the gender gap in entrepreneurship and venture capital. In two years, the firm has rallied a national network of female founders, impact investors and industry leaders to lead world change. 

“Numbers are rising but not fast enough, and yet female founded companies outperform their male peers by 60% in terms of value for investors. Female entrepreneurs are good at identifying market opportunities, adapting to change,  innovating, creating value and keeping costs low,said Suzanne Cryer in support of the Movement. Suzanne plays venture capitalist, Laurie Bream, on HBO’s hit show, “Silicon Valley.” 

To these ends, Chloe Capital is being recognized as a Movement to #InvestInWomen, which lands in Charlotte, NC on May 19, 2020. We invite all media to call attention to not only a night of innovation, but a rare opportunity for women entrepreneurs to pitch for investments in their companies. At least one female founder will receive up to $250,000 in investments from Chloe Capital and ECMC Foundation. 

ECMC Foundation’s mission is to inspire and facilitate improvements that affect educational outcomes. The Foundation makes grants and investments in companies advancing solutions in college success and career readiness.

“Our goal at ECMC Foundation is to support innovations in education that impact underserved learners,” said Jessica Haselton, Director of Education Innovation Ventures, ECMC Foundation. “We’re taking the Future of Work & Education to Charlotte, our third stop to Invest In Women. I encourage all female founders to apply for this investment opportunity from ECMC Foundation and our partners at Chloe Capital.”

Chloe Capital’s signature programs are designed to connect VC-ready female founders with funding opportunities in 24 hours. Founders also gain visibility and connections to industry leaders who help drive businesses forward after investments. In partnership with ECMC Foundation, Chloe Capital has produced programs in Los Angeles (October 30, 2019), and New Orleans (February 6, 2020). Our next program will be held in Charlotte, NC on May 19, 2020. 

RSVP > InvestInWomen-CLT.eventbrite.com 

“It’s been a decade since I lived and worked in Charlotte, NC,” said Kathryn Cartini, Partner, Chloe Capital. “Known as the second largest banking city in the nation, I commend Charlotte on a glorious rebound after the recession. I believe betting on innovation made the difference, and I’m excited to meet the community leaders who lead the way,” she added.  

In addition to a night of innovation focused on celebrating diversity and inclusion, we ask for your support in sharing these funding opportunities. Applications are open for women entrepreneurs to pitch in Charlotte for investments in their companies. Five women-led companies building solutions in Education and Workforce Innovation will be chosen to participate in the Charlotte program, and pitch for up to $250,000 in investments from Chloe Capital and ECMC Foundation. Founders do not need to be located in Charlotte, NC, nor will they need to relocate their businesses to participate in this opportunity. The application deadline is February 12, 2020.

APPLY > ChloeCapital.com/funding

“Recruiting the most promising female founders is an honor,” said Elisa Miller-Out, Managing Partner, Chloe Capital. “Every single woman invited to participate in our programs, connect with our co-investors and receive Chloe Capital investment is a Champion. It’s our job to find them and help make their dreams come true.” 

Together with ECMC Foundation, Chloe Capital will deploy $750,000 to early-stage, women-led companies across the U.S. Join the Movement to #InvestInWomen. Spread the word about the next pitch event in Charlotte, NC on May 19, 2020, and let women entrepreneurs everywhere know about this funding opportunity. The application deadline is February 12, 2020. 

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Contact:
Kathryn Cartini
Chloe Capital
kathryn@chloecapital.com
(978) 225-3288

About ECMC Foundation___________

ECMC Foundation is a Los Angeles-based, nationally focused foundation whose mission is to inspire and facilitate improvements that affect educational outcomes—especially among underserved populations—through evidence-based innovation. It is one of several affiliates under the ECMC Group enterprise based in Minneapolis. ECMC Foundation makes investments in two focus areas: College Success and Career Readiness; and uses a spectrum of funding structures, including strategic grantmaking and program-related investments, to invest in both nonprofit and for-profit ventures. Working with grantees, partners and peers, ECMC Foundation’s vision is for all learners to unlock their fullest potential. ECMCFoundation.org

About Chloe Capital_______________

In 2017, Chloe Capital set out to #InvestInWomen. Today, the New York-based VC firm is being recognized as a Movement that empowers approximately 10,000 supporters, investors and women-led innovation companies. The firm partners with foundations, universities and corporations to host fundraising programs for women entrepreneurs in cities across the U.S. The Chloe Capital Fund makes investments in the most promising women-led companies in their network. ChloeCapital.com

5 Female Founders Pitch for Investments; Application Deadline February 12, 20202020-01-21T16:35:43+00:00

$250,000 Earmarked for Female Founders Building Solutions in Postsecondary Education 

 

Invest In Women: Future of Work & Education

New Orleans, LA – February 06, 2020

For Immediate Release

New Orleans (January 5 , 2020 )— The Chloe Capital National Tour arrives in New Orleans, LA on February 06, 2020. Chloe Capital has teamed up with ECMC Foundation to invest up to $250,000 during Invest In Women: Future of Work & Education. This is the second experience in a trilogy of programs with ECMC Foundation geared towards advancing solutions in postsecondary education: college success. career readiness, and workforce transformation, with the first held in Los Angeles, C.A. and the finale taking place in Charlotte, N.C. this spring.

With less than three percent of female founders receiving venture capital funding, Chloe Capital’s signature programs were designed as fundraising opportunities for women entrepreneurs. In the course of 24 hours, women participate in founder / investor activities focused on building relationship capital. Each program ends with a Shark Tank-style pitch event for women entrepreneurs. Join us in New Orleans on February 6, 2020 to find out which women-led company will receive investments from Chloe Capital and ECMC Foundation. 

“After a great experience in Los Angeles, we’re excited to continue investing in women-led companies alongside Chloe Capital in New Orleans,” said Jessica Haselton, Director of Education Innovation Ventures, ECMC Foundation. “This next wave of female founders are leading innovative ventures in education and workforce,” she added.  

Here are the female founders selected from over 2000 applicants to join our Movement : 

 

Jennifer Kushell Founder of EYP Ventures

Jennifer Kushell

Founder / CEO, EYP Ventures

Marina Del Rey, California

ExploringYourPotential.com 

1 billion young people are entering the global workforce. Are your students ready to compete? EYP Ventures is redefining workforce readiness with Exploring Your Potential – a multimedia platform for career planning. EYP is currently used by colleges and universities including the University of Texas and the State University of New York (SUNY).

 

Ariel Lopez Founder of Knac

Ariel Lopez

Co-founder / CEO, Knac

New York, New York

Knac.io

Companies spend over $14B each year on recruiting software, yet over 50 percent of executives say finding the right talent is their biggest concern. Knac is a hiring platform that improves the candidate experience. Companies including Nike, Google, eBay and Snapchat use Knac to help screen, manage and provide feedback to applicants.  

 

 

Leah Lykins Founder of WhereWeGoLeah Lykins

Co-Founder, WhereWeGo

New Orleans, Louisiana

WhereWeGo.org

6 out of 10 job openings require training beyond high school. Built by educators and tested by students, WhereWeGo is a content management system for training programs. Career seekers compare costs, outcomes, and future salaries of education opportunities by region.  Partnerships include Tulane University and the City of New Orleans.

 

Beth Porter Founder Riff AnalyticsBeth Porter

Co-founder / CEO, Riff Analytics 

Newton Center, Massachusetts

Rifflearning.com

Companies spend billions on training and coaching to help managers develop social skills. Riff Analytics is an AI platform that uses audio and text data to track behaviors like bias and dominance. Users build self-awareness by receiving real-time feedback. The government of Canada is using Riff to expand their innovation footprint and spur culture change. 

 

Janna Westbrook Founder of Provider PoolJanna Westbrook

Founder / CEO, Provider Pool 

St. Louis, Missouri

ProviderPool.co 

Hospitals need nurses, and competition for talent is intense. Powered by technology, younger nursing professionals have new needs and behaviors. Made by nurses for nurses, Provider Pool is an online labor marketplace that connects hospitals to nurses for on-demand staffing needs. It’s the future of work in healthcare, used by over 400 nurses. 

In addition to partaking in a live pitch event, guests will gain inspiration from world-class speakers including: Jennifer Indovina, CEO, Tenrehte Technologies; Sumi Krishnan, Founder / President, K4 Solutions; Kate Brodock, CEO, Women 2.0; and Carrie Norton, Founder / CEO, Green Business BASE CAMP. A panel of experienced investors will provide valuable feedback on the investment potential of each company. 

“The panelists invited to participate in our programs represent active investors who now have the opportunity to invest alongside Chloe Capital and ECMC Foundation,” said Kathryn Cartini, Partner, Chloe Capital. “We believe collaborative investing at the seed stage is the way forward.” Investor panelists include: Jean Hammond, General Partner, LearnLaunch Accelerator; Peter Liu, Vice President, Pritzker Group Venture Capital; Kim Seals, General Partner, The JumpFund; and Jason Palmer, General Partner, New Markets Venture Partners. 

Months prior to each event, Chloe Capital performs thorough due diligence on each company. Industry experts collaborate on business, technology, finance, and IP analysis, to support investment decisions. To help catalyze long-lasting success, Chloe Capital will also drive business for these founders after each program by tapping into its national network of 10,000 founders, investors, and community leaders. Supporting companies already paying it forward with free and discounted professional services include HubSpot, Google for Startups, TriNet, and Cooley LLP.

 “There’s magic to this Movement,” said Elisa Miller-Out, Managing Partner, Chloe Capital. “Community is at the foundation of our signature programs. All are welcome to experience the Movement by attending our shows, which are free and open to the public. Investors are also encouraged to participate. We’re raising millions for these founders, and together, having a major impact!” 

Miss the chance to apply to pitch in New Orleans? No problem. Female founders can apply for funding anytime at ChloeCapital.com/funding. The Chloe Capital National Tour hits Charlotte, NC on May 19, 2020. Founders do not need to be based in Charlotte, NC to pitch or receive funding. The application deadline for this opportunity ends on February 12, 2020. 

 

Media and community members are invited to attend all shows. RSVP here: 

InvestInWomen-NOLA.eventbrite.com

InvestInWomen-CLT.eventbrite.com 

 

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Contact
Kathryn Cartini
Chloe Capital
kathryn@chloecapital.com
(978) 225-3288

 

About ECMC Foundation___________

ECMC Foundation is a Los Angeles-based, nationally focused foundation whose mission is to inspire and facilitate improvements that affect educational outcomes—especially among underserved populations—through evidence-based innovation. It is one of several affiliates under the ECMC Group enterprise based in Minneapolis. ECMC Foundation makes investments in two focus areas: College Success and Career Readiness; and uses a spectrum of funding structures, including strategic grantmaking and program-related investments, to invest in both nonprofit and for-profit ventures. Working with grantees, partners and peers, ECMC Foundation’s vision is for all learners to unlock their fullest potential. ECMCFoundation.org

 

About Chloe Capital_______________

Chloe Capital is more than a VC firm – we’re a Movement. Despite recent progress, less than 3% of women-led companies receive venture capital in the U.S. Yet studies show that companies with women leaders generate more sales, exist faster and produce greater returns for investors. In partnership with foundations, universities and corporate innovators, Chloe Capital has set out on a National Tour to #InvestInWomen. ChloeCapital.com

 

$250,000 Earmarked for Female Founders Building Solutions in Postsecondary Education 2019-12-31T22:47:02+00:00

HBO Star Headlines Los Angeles Event for Women Entrepreneurs

Two Female Founders Receive Investments from 

Chloe Capital and ECMC Foundation; 

Actress Suzanne Cryer Joins Movement to Invest In Women

LOS ANGELES, CA October 30, 2019

For Immediate Release

Los Angeles (November 6, 2019) — “The needles barely budge but it’s getting better, firms like Chloe Capital are changing things,” said Suzanne Cryer, Actress, HBO Silicon Valley. “But we do need to think about where we are, why we are here, how can we change and where we want to be?” HBO star Suzanne Cryer is paving the way forward as she conveys a passionate message of how women are positively disruptive. Suzanne surrenders her emotional intelligence as Laurie Bream, playing a venture capitalist in HBO’s Silicon Valley.

Five women entrepreneurs left an impact at The GRAMMY Museum® at L.A. LIVE, in Los Angeles, CA, October 30, 2019. ECMC Foundation, a national foundation working to improve postsecondary outcomes, and Chloe Capital, a new breed of venture capitalist banded together to fund female founders nationally. In LA, women entrepreneurs pitched live for up to $250,000 during the first in a trilogy to #InvestInWomen: Future of Work & Education. 

“Congratulations to all of the finalist who pitched on stage for their leadership in education and workforce transformation,” said Jessica Haselton, Director of Education Innovation Ventures, ECMC Foundation. “We are excited to announce an investment opportunity in InScribe, led by Katy Kappler and Ana Hernandez, who are creating online communities for learners to access resources, get questions answered and share knowledge with one another. We are proud to be partnering with InScribe on this important effort.”

“Los Angeles experienced the presence of the Movement to #InvestinWomen at The GRAMMY Museum® at L.A. LIVE. Congratulations to NODE Eco for receiving an investment from Chloe Capital! Co-founder/CEO, Bec Chapin, and her team are building sustainable homes fast. Delivering beautiful homes with a guaranteed price, while activating a new workforce.” said Kathryn Cartini, Partner, Chloe Capital. “We enjoyed an evening with great LA community supporters, amazing speaker firesides, and a fantastic keynote featuring Suzanne Cryer, an actress on HBO’s Silicon Valley.”

Nationally, we are leading a Movement to decrease the gender gap in entrepreneurship for women entrepreneurs. During this eventful time, ECMC Foundation, Chloe Capital, and event sponsors: Michelson 20MM Foundation, Employment Technology Fund (ETF@JFFLabs), and LearnLaunch lead the Movement forward by investing in women. Including LA investors panel: Amon Anderson, Director, Acumen America; Isabelle Hau, Partner, Omidyar Network; Shauntel Garvey, Co-founder, Reach Capital; Jordan Wahbeh, Partner, Bay Angels, and Diana Ingram, Board Member, ECMC Foundation, strengthen the culture to #InvestInWomen.

“It’s a wrap in LA; next stop New Orleans! The finalists delivered stellar pitches and will continue to have access to our community. This collaboration with ECMC Foundation is fundamental at a time where only 2% of all venture capital investment goes to women-led ventures,” added Elisa Miller-Out, Managing Partner, Chloe Capital. “Congratulations Bec Chapin, Katy Kappler and Ana Hernandez, welcome to the ECMC Foundation and Chloe family!”

Chloe Capital will continue to drive business to the finalist by tapping into its national network of 10,000 founders, investors and community leaders. Leading companies, including HubSpot for Startups, Google for Startups, TriNet, Cooley LLP, Astia Angels, Dawnbreaker, Lady Engineer, Mackenzie Hughes, Lakelet Strategy, Next Wave Impact, Peacock Media, Singlebrook, Social Venture Circle, SUNY RF, and Women2.0 are already paying it forward to support female founders.

Learn more at ChloeCapital.com/funding. This program is part of our National Tour to connect women entrepreneurs to capital through PopUp experiences to gain visibility and connections to top-tier investors. Apply for an investment opportunity. Companies do not need to be located in New Orleans, LA or Charlotte, NC to apply, pitch or receive funding. Media and community members are also invited to attend the show.

Deadlines for applications: 

New Orleans, LA: November 1, 2019

Charlotte, NC: February 12, 2020

RSVP to the shows: 

New Orleans, LAFebruary 6, 2020 > InvestInWomen-NOLA.eventbrite.com

Charlotte, NCMay 19, 2020 > InvestInWomen-CLT.eventbrite.com 

 

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Contact: 

Kathryn Cartini
Chloe Capital
kathryn@chloecapital.com
(978) 225-3288

About ECMC Foundation___________

ECMC Foundation is a Los Angeles-based, nationally focused foundation whose mission is to inspire and facilitate improvements that affect educational outcomes—especially among underserved populations—through evidence-based innovation. It is one of several affiliates under the ECMC Group enterprise based in Minneapolis. ECMC Foundation makes investments in two focus areas: College Success and Career Readiness; and uses a spectrum of funding structures, including strategic grantmaking and program-related investments, to invest in both nonprofit and for-profit ventures. Working with grantees, partners and peers, ECMC Foundation’s vision is for all learners to unlock their fullest potential. ECMCFoundation.org

About Chloe Capital_______________

In 2017, Chloe Capital set out on a National Tour to #InvestInWomen. Today, the New York-based VC firm is being recognized as a Movement that empowers approximately 10,000 supporters, investors and women-led innovation companies. ChloeCapital.com

HBO Star Headlines Los Angeles Event for Women Entrepreneurs2019-12-13T21:13:55+00:00

Calling Women-led Edtech Companies Seeking Investments

National Tour to Invest in Women:

Next Stops, New Orleans & Charlotte!

 

For Immediate Release

New York, NY, October, 22, 2019 Calling all women-led companies. Apply to pitch your venture for funding in New Orleans, LA and Charlotte, NC during Invest In Women: Future of Work & Education! Chloe Capital and ECMC Foundation have united to invest up to $250,000 at each event in women-led companies. Founders will also gain visibility and connections to top-tier investors. This initiative is as part of a National Tour to #InvestInWomen. 

Entrepreneurs who are transforming their local communities with solutions to advance Education Innovation, College Success, Career Readiness and Workforce Transformation can apply at ChloeCapital.com/funding

Deadlines for applications: 

New Orleans, LA: November 1, 2019

Charlotte, NC: February 12, 2020

Los Angeles-based ECMC Foundation launched Education Innovation Ventures to invest in companies with a mission to improve educational outcomes and economic mobility among students from underserved backgrounds.

“Our goal at ECMC Foundation is to support innovation in education and invest in scalable solutions that improve outcomes for underserved learners,” said Jessica Haselton, Director of Education Innovation Ventures, ECMC Foundation. “Thanks to our partnership with Chloe Capital, we are able to identify and invest in more women-led ventures focused on expanding educational opportunity and economic mobility.”

“As a New Orleans native, I’m excited about bringing our tour home to fund female founders in collaboration with ECMC Foundation,” said Elisa Miller-Out, Partner, Chloe Capital. “We have set out to find the next up and coming women-led companies that are making an impact in their communities.”

“Chloe Capital and ECMC Foundation will also host a pitch event for women entrepreneurs in Charlotte, NC,” added Kathryn Cartini, Partner, Chloe Capital. “I spent many years working and living the Queen City. I’m looking forward to seeing how the venture community has grown.” 

We’re excited to move the needle by shining a light on as many female founders as possible. Women-led companies do not need to be located in New Orleans, LA or Charlotte, NC to apply, pitch or receive funding. We hope you’ll join us in spreading the news about these funding opportunities. Media and community members are also invited to attend the show.

APPLY to the shows: 

New Orleans, LANovember 1, 2019 > InvestInWomen-NOLA.eventbrite.com

Charlotte, NCFebruary 12, 2020 > InvestInWomen-CLT.eventbrite.com 

Learn more at ChloeCapital.com/funding. Companies do not need to be located in New Orleans, LA or Charlotte, NC to apply, pitch or receive funding. Media and community members are also invited to attend the show.

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Contact:
Kathryn Cartini
Chloe Capital
kathryn@chloecapital.com
(978) 225-3288

About ECMC Foundation___________
ECMC Foundation is a Los Angeles-based, nationally focused foundation whose mission is to inspire and facilitate improvements that affect educational outcomes—especially among underserved populations—through evidence-based innovation. It is one of several affiliates under the ECMC Group enterprise based in Minneapolis. ECMC Foundation makes investments in two focus areas: College Success and Career Readiness; and uses a spectrum of funding structures, including strategic grantmaking and program-related investments, to invest in both nonprofit and for-profit ventures. Working with grantees, partners and peers, ECMC Foundation’s vision is for all learners to unlock their fullest potential. ECMCFoundation.org

About Chloe Capital_______________
In 2017, Chloe Capital set out on a National Tour to #InvestInWomen. Today, the New York-based VC firm is being recognized as a Movement that empowers approximately 10,000 supporters, investors and women-led innovation companies. ChloeCapital.com

 

 

Calling Women-led Edtech Companies Seeking Investments2019-12-13T21:15:02+00:00

Five Finalists Pitching for $250,000 in LA

 Invest In Women: Future of Work & Education

LOS ANGELES, CA – October 30, 2019

 

For Immediate Release

Los Angeles (October 30, 2019 ) —First stop, Los Angeles on October 30, 2019, five female founders will light the stage up with their energy as they pitch to win up to $250,000. Witness the Movement in action as we have partnered with ECMC Foundation to fund women-led companies. The time is here to Invest In Women: Future of Work & Education.

These new funding opportunities are part of a National Tour for women-led innovation companies, which comes at a time when female founders receive less than 5 percent of all venture capital. 

“We are very excited to be partnering with Chloe Capital to invest in women entrepreneurs,” said Jessica Haselton, director of program-related investments, ECMC Foundation. “The timing couldn’t be more relevant – the gap in funding is felt most acutely at the early stages of a company’s life cycle. We believe our catalytic investments will help expand market and financing opportunities for women entrepreneurs, and lead to increased representation in the education and workforce sectors.”

Here are the female founders selected to participate in this unique experience :

Stella Ashaolu Founder WeSolv

Stella Ashaolu

Founder / CEO, WeSolv WeSolv.com

Chicago, Illinois

WeSolv reduces hiring bias and helps connect companies to more diverse candidates. The platform allows candidates to showcase their skills. Competency is assessed through performance data from real projects.

 

 

 

 

Bec Chapin Founder NODE Eco

Bec Chapin

Co-Founder / CEO, NODE Eco Node.eco

Seattle, Washington 

NODE Eco builds sustainable homes fast. Delivering beautiful homes with a guaranteed price, while activating a new workforce.

 

 

 

 

                         
Katherine Kappler Founder InScribe

Katherine (Katy) Kappler

Co-Founder / CEO, InScribe InScribe.com

Denver, Colorado 

InScribe leverages the power of community + artificial intelligence to connect students to resources, answers and individuals they need to succeed. The platform provides on boarding assistance, curriculum support and career counseling.

 

 

 

Jessica Rothenberg-Aalami Founder Cell-EdJessica Rothenberg-Aalami

Founder / CEO, Cell-Ed Cell-Ed.com

San Francisco, California 

Cell-Ed offers a customized messaging platform for education providers and employers. 50+ customers are currently using the mobile solution to reach, teach, and upskill adult learners, including NYS, LA Public Library, SEIU and Chili’s Restaurants.

 

 

 

 

Yulkendy Valdez Founder Forefront

Yulkendy Valdez

Co-Founder / CEO, Forefront Forefront.co

New York, New York

Forefront is a learning application for global and remote teams to train employees in intercultural literacy. Employees build better relationships with their peers and with customers around the world. Companies become more competitive and profitable. 

 

These five finalists are leading companies that are innovative across education, career readiness, and workforce transformation. We invite the community to take action in supporting women-led ventures, leading growth within their local communities.

Chloe Capital and ECMC Foundation will invest up to $250,000 in women-led companies in three cities.

The Movement to Invest In Women hits Los Angeles, CA October 30, 2019 as finalists will pitch their ideas to a panel of investors that are ready to invest in female founders. ECMC Foundation, Chloe Capital and Los Angeles event sponsors: Michelson 20MM Foundation, Employment Technology Fund, ETF@JFFLabs, LearnLaunch are joining forces to #InvestInWomen.

Next stop, to Invest In Women: Future of Work & Education is February 6, 2020 in New Orleans, LA.

The third stop in the National Tour wraps up on May 19, 2020 in Charlotte, NC.

RSVP to witness female founders as they pitch to win up to $250,000 to invest into their companies.

Chloe Capital has performed thorough due diligence on each company. Experts assisted with business, technology, finance, market and IP analysis, which will be used by Chloe Capital and ECMC Foundation to make investment decisions.

In addition to receiving funding from ECMC Foundation and Chloe Capital, founders will gain visibility and connections to top-tier investors. “We’ve seen firsthand what female founders accomplish when connected with capital and networks and we’re excited about this opportunity to make an impact and an outsized financial return” said Elisa Miller-Out, partner, Chloe Capital. 

Investor Panelists will provide feedback during the live pitch event.  All of these investors are committed to investing in women-led companies. As part of our Movement to Invest In Women, we’re leading the way by recruiting the best talent, performing due diligence, making an early investment and presenting the opportunity. Since November 2017, Chloe Capital has helped our portfolio companies raise an additional $7M. 

The investor panel represents active investors who are taking action towards Chloe Capital’s mission. Panelists include: Amon Anderson, Director, Acumen America; Isabelle Hau, Partner, Omidyar Network; Shauntel Garvey, Co-founder, Reach Capital; Jordan Wahbeh, Partner, Bay Angels; Diana Ingram, Board Member, ECMC Foundation.

As part of the Movement, Chloe Capital will drive business for these companies after the investment by tapping into its national network of 12,000 founders, investors and community leaders. Leading companies including HubSpot for Startups, Google for Startups, Ernst & Young, TriNet, and Cooley LLP are already paying it forward to support our female founders with professional services. 

Chloe Capital has launched their #InvestInWomen tour for women-led companies with creative innovations and ideas in Education Innovation, College Success, Career Readiness and Workforce Transformation. “We are a part of national movement with a mission to increase investment opportunities for female founders, we are taking action in decreasing the gender gap in entrepreneurship and empowering women leaders with each step we take,” said Kathryn Cartini, partner, Chloe Capital.

Female founders are encouraged to apply for funding at ChloeCapital.com/funding. Companies do not need to be located in Los Angeles, New Orleans or Charlotte to pitch or receive investments.

 

Media and community members are also invited to attend all shows. RSVP here:

InvestInWomen-LA.eventbrite.com

InvestInWomen-NOLA.eventbrite.com

InvestInWomen-CLT.eventbrite.com 

 

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Contact:
Kathryn Cartini
Chloe Capital
kathryn@chloecapital.com
(978) 225-3288

About ECMC Foundation___________

ECMC Foundation is a Los Angeles-based, nationally focused foundation whose mission is to inspire and facilitate improvements that affect educational outcomes—especially among underserved populations—through evidence-based innovation. It is one of several affiliates under the ECMC Group enterprise based in Minneapolis. ECMC Foundation makes investments in two focus areas: College Success and Career Readiness; and uses a spectrum of funding structures, including strategic grantmaking and program-related investments, to invest in both nonprofit and for-profit ventures. Working with grantees, partners and peers, ECMC Foundation’s vision is for all learners to unlock their fullest potential. ECMCFoundation.org

 

About Chloe Capital_______________

Chloe Capital is more than a VC firm – we’re a Movement. Despite recent progress, less than 5% of women-led companies receive venture capital in the U.S. Yet companies with women leaders statistically perform better and produce greater returns for investors. In partnership with foundations, universities and corporate innovators, Chloe Capital has set out on a national tour to #InvestInWomen. ChloeCapital.com

Five Finalists Pitching for $250,000 in LA2019-10-27T02:25:48+00:00