Chloe Capital, in partnership with ECMC Foundation, continue their national tour to Invest In Women! Together, they’re offering several new opportunities for women-led innovation companies. 1-day PopUps offer fundraising experiences for female founders and feature fireside chats with women leaders, startup pitches and investments between $100,000 – $250,000. The Michelson 20MM Foundation sponsored the wildly successful Los Angeles PopUp, and will be heading to New Orleans in 2020!
Read more about Chloe Capital and ECMC’s LA event below. You can also read the original article, published by Chloe Capital here.
Chloes x Los Angeles
In addition, five female founders impressed our panel of investors with stellar pitches. Congratulations to the following female founders who were selected from 1500+ applicants : Stella Ashaolu (WeSolv); Bec Chapin (NODE Eco); Katy Kappler (InScribe); Dr. Jessica Rothenberg-Aalami (Cell-Ed); and Yulkendy Valdez (ForeFront).
Each woman leader joined our Movement to Invest In Women. The awardees for event were:
Assembling a $300B (Sustainable) Homecoming
Bec Chapin is the Cofounder and CEO of NODE Eco, based in Seattle, WA. NODE builds homes fast – at a guaranteed price – while activating a new workforce! Ikea-like patent assembly, combined with training and quality control software, will help create thousands of jobs for unemployed workers. As impact investors, this is what Chloe Capital calls, Doing Well by Doing Good. We welcome Bed and the NODE team to our portfolio.
Leveraging the Power of AI to Help Students Succeed
Based in Denver, CO, InScribe Cofounders Katy Kappler and Ana Hernandez received an investment opportunity from our partners, ECMC Foundation. InScribe is a community-driven, AI platform that connects students to people, answers and other resources. Katy and Ana are driving education innovation by helping postsecondary students exceed in school and beyond, aligning perfectly with