Chloe Capital was founded in 2017 with a mission to reduce the gender and diversity gap in entrepreneurship and venture capital. Cofounders Kathryn Cartini (left) and Elisa Miller-Out (right) are now sharing their best practices to help others generate positive, measurable impact alongside receiving financial returns. Today, less that 2% of venture capital funding goes to companies founded by women, while only .2% goes to black women founders. At Chloe Capital we know based on experience that this doesn't make sense as women-led technology companies perform better, generating more revenue, exiting faster and producing greater returns for investors. We've developed a model to Do Well, by Doing Good, and we welcome you to join our Movement to #InvestInWomen!