Why are we doing this?

We have witnessed the challenges, both at home and globally, that female entrepreneurs face when building companies and raising capital. 

We want to change this from the ground up. This is not a women’s issue, nor is it a race issue, it’s a human issue. This is global and we need to stand up together and make the change. 

If we are to create the promise of a true global village, one with opportunity for all, we need to start at the beginning.

While we are led by the idea of women helping women, our leadership team and community of mentors span gender, ethnicities and culture. 

We all have one thing in common – a desire to give foundational support to women globally. Every woman who breaks new ground will inspire the next generation of entrepreneurs – and the next after that. 













US Market Access Center (USMAC)

Silicon Valley’s largest and longest-standing startup accelerator focused on helping foreign startups with global market expansion. Over 1,532 alumni in 37 countries with $1.49b capital raised and $1.13b exit value.


USAID Economic Security Program

The purpose of the USAID Economic Security Program (the Program) in Georgia, implemented by DAI, is to accelerate creation of high(er) value jobs, generation of investment and increased incomes and revenues of micro, small, and medium enterprises (MSME) in sectors including tourism, light manufacturing, shared intellectual services, creative industries, and solid waste management. The Program supports cross-cutting areas such as innovation and information communication technology (ICT) that will help MSMEs in any of the Program’s priority sectors and value chains. Another cross-cutting theme in all the Program’s activities is an emphasis on gender equality and women’s empowerment in the economic environment in Georgia. Through the Georgian Women in Technology (GWIT) activity, the Program will support the advancement of women in technology, which remains low in Georgia and further exacerbates gender pay gaps, reinforces gender stereotypes, and perpetuates unequal gender-power relations. Through this activity the Program will contribute to investment attraction for women-led businesses, which is especially important in the COVID-19 pandemic period, when pre-existing barriers to female entrepreneurs (e.g. a lack of access to finance, competing gendered priorities such as providing care and domestic labor, etc.) are compounded by the virus.

UN Women
The Project “A Joint Action for Women’s Economic Empowerment in Georgia”

Funded by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Norway, UN Women’s project “A Joint Action for Women’s Economic Empowerment in Georgia” aims that women fully realize their economic rights with the support of a gender-responsive private sector and an enabling legislative and economic environment. As part of the project, female entrepreneurs are supported with skills, capital, mentoring and links to corporate value chains.

Startup Grind

The largest independent startup community, actively educating, inspiring, and connecting more than 2,000,000 entrepreneurs in 125+ countries through events, media, and partnerships with organizations like Google for Startups.