Throughout our lifetimes, we encounter countless people, organizations and ideas that impress and inspire us and may even serve to shape our perspectives. I have had the good fortune to enjoy the mentorship of the founders of a venture capital firm dedicated to the success of innovative women.
Forbes: Pivoting and Rising Above Challenges During CrisisPress2020-06-16T01:39:16+00:00
One of those leaders is Sarah Tuneberg, who was just plucked from her role as co-founder and CEO of Geospiza to direct Colorado’s Innovation Response Team (IRT) and immediately address the pandemic. With a background in public health and emergency response, Colorado Governor Jared Polis has tasked her with uniting public and private sector resources and innovations for the state’s emergency response to the COVID-19 virus.
Women2: Chloe Capital’s Startup Founder Is Putting Her Experience To Work Leading Colorado’s Crisis Response TeamPress2020-05-25T13:48:53+00:00
Amanda Curtis shifted the focus of her on-demand manufacturing platform, N.A.bld, from fashion to face masks when federal health officials advised healthcare workers to bring scarves and bandanas to work when caring for COVID-19 patients.
SWAAY: Female Founders Deploy Fashion Tech Company N.A.bld During COVID-19 PandemicPress2020-05-04T20:59:44+00:00
Girls just want to have funds! Chloe Capital is a venture capital firm that travels across the U.S. catalyzing a Movement to decrease the gender gap in entrepreneurship and venture capital. This comes at a time when women-led companies receive less than 3 percent of venture capital, and only .2 percent goes to African American female founders. During the Future of Work & Education program in New Orleans held on February 6, 2020 at The Shop at The CAC, Chloe Capital collaborated with ECMC Foundation to move $275,000 to female founders at the forefront of EdTech.
American Entrepreneurship Today Louisiana: Female Founders in EdTech Win Big during Invest In Women National TourPress2020-02-14T22:49:39+00:00
The industry is long overdue for a change. Investors need to begin thinking more equitably about not only what they are investing in, but also who. A strong early investment in edtech found-hers is not only the right thing to do, it has a history of generating long-term benefits for stakeholders as well as students.
EdSurge: Jessica Haselton OP/ED Investing in Women-Led Edtech Startups Is More Than a Matter of Equity.Press2020-02-13T21:33:57+00:00
The latest stop on the Invest In Women tour was in New Orleans last night at The Shop at the CAC. Five women-led startups pitched in front of a live audience and a panel of investors for a chance to win up to $250,000.
Silicon Bayou News: Funding Announcements of $275,000 for Female Founders in New OrleansPress2020-02-13T21:33:34+00:00