Details on more than 100 women-led funds that launched fundraising or held a partial or full close since January 1, 2022. (Questions? Comments? Email VCJ Editor-in-Chief Lawrence Aragon.)
LPs of select firms:
- Amboy Street Ventures: The Case For Her, Colleen Foster
- Amplifica Capital: Mexico Ventures, Grupo Herdez, Maria Ariza, Melanie Devlyn, Daniel Undurraga, Oskar Hjertonsson, Loreanne Garcia
- Anthemis: Visa, BMO, Barclays, Aviva
- Astia: Mastercard, Farvatn Venture, Portola Creek Capital, Tides Foundtaion, Priya Mathur, Jim O’Neill
- Buoyant Ventures: Microsoft Climate Innovation Fund, Xcel Energy, Bank of America, NiSource, WovenEarth Ventures, Office of the Illinois State Treasurer
- Cake Ventures: Pivotal Ventures, Cendana Ventures, Screendoor, Plexo Capital, Foundry Group, Bank of America
- Capitalize VC: Bank of America
- Human Ventures: Bank of America
- JourneyOne Ventures: Elizabeth Yin, Eric Manlunas, Fred Kang, Paul Bowen
- KCRise Fund: Bank of America, GROWKS Multi-Fund Program, JE Dunn, Health Forward Foundation, Kansas City University, University of Central Missouri, University of Kansas Medical Center, Academy Bank, Country Club Bank, Evergy Ventures
- Kin Ventures: Garry Tan
- Monarch Collective: Billie Jean King, Cindy Holland, Heidi Patel, Laela Sturdy
- New Community Transformation Fund: Bank of America, CHFA, Colorado Venture Capital Authority, Denver Economic Development & Opportunity, Mark Donovan, Brad Feld, Seth Levine, Ryan McIntyre
- Red Bike Capital: Bank of America
- Springbank Collective: Union Square Ventures, Foundry Group, Bank of America, AIG, Investinor, JP Morgan
- Supply Change Capital: 301 INC (part of General Mills), Bank of America, Illumen Capital’s Catalyst Fund, JP Morgan Asset Management, MassMutual (through its First Fund Initiative) and the Illinois Growth and Innovation Fund (via the Office of the Illinois Treasurer.
- A “women-led fund” is a fund in which at least half of the founding team members are women.
- List only includes direct investing funds, no FoFs or secondary funds.
- Funds with n/a under “amount raised” have officially launched but have not disclosed how much they have raised as of April 28, 2023.
- *Denominated in Euros. Converted USD amount is as of 4 May, 2023.
- **Denominated in Canadian dollars. Converted USD amount is as of 4 May, 2023.
Sources: Regulatory filings, press releases, websites, VCJ reporting, Crunchbase (for some founding dates)
(Questions? Comments? Email VCJ Editor-in-Chief Lawrence Aragon.)