What We Do
You have the business. We have the network and curriculum to get you funded.
Join our 12-week accelerator program for high-potential female founders to get investment ready.
A hands-on programme connecting female founders with the skills, mentorship, and network they need to raise a seed or Series A investment.
We have experienced first hand the fundraising process ourselves as startup founders but also as investors.
We understand the shortfalls, recognise the benefits and potential returns.
We’ve been working with women to open up access to female friendly investors since 2017.
To join our committee and get access to a pre-qualified deal flow of female founders click below and complete your details.
Some Fun Facts
Meet the Team
Dr Amber Ghaddar
Amber is one of the founder of AllianceBlock. Founded in 2018, it rebuilds capital markets with emerging tech. With a $200M+ valuation, AllianceBlock is one of the few successful blockchain projects founded by a woman. Amber spent more than 7 years between Goldman Sachs & JP Morgan London, first in structured solution space and later in trading. She is a thought leader in crypto where she's been quoted on various media (Forbes, Bloomberg, BBC...), a university guest lecturer on the subject of cryptocurrencies, a TEDx speaker and an angel investor.
Bridget is the founder of The Bigger Pie. The Bigger Pie was founded in 2019 and aims to support women in tech through a variety of initiatives from providing a support network, active community, highlighting much needed roles models, leadership skills and getting female founders funded. She has recently founded the 0 to CTO program to respond to both the lack of engineers in Web 3.0 and lack of women by upskilling and reskilling exceptional women developers.
Laura is a growth marketing strategist, coach, and speaker. She runs LightSpire Marketing, helping startups and small businesses create content and product marketing strategies that enable rapid growth. Laura has founded four startups and helped hundreds more through her work with incubators and accelerators in Washington DC and Boston.