Focus Area: Diverse Founders
At Humble Ventures, we support and invest in diverse founders and organizations creating solutions for diverse audiences.
Alpha Impact 8
We are a venture capital firm fighting minority wealth inequality by investing in and supporting the best diverse founders, startups and ideas.
Leveraging an untapped trillion dollar-plus market, Realist Ventures is a Connecticut-based venture capital firm that strategically invests in diverse founders and ideas at pre-seed and seed stage of SaaS, technology, biotech, and software companies.
The Mezzanine Fund
Funding a growth path to the middle market for diverse-owned businesses, The Mezzanine Fund generates market returns by creating sustainable business value beyond creating value from financial engineering.
Ulu Ventures is a seed-stage venture firm investing primarily in enterprise IT, smart data and the opportunities created by Stanford and broader Silicon Valley tech ecosystems.
We’ve started companies as immigrants—we get it. Our own journeys inspired us to create Unshackled Ventures, so that we could remove the bottlenecks of immigration and amplify your superpowers.
Bootstrap Capital, a Georgia based 501 (c) (3), is laser-focused on helping early-stage companies achieve what others believe is impossible. We connect entrepreneurs with the resources, connections, and capital they need to be successful.
Panoramic Ventures opens new doors for founders, giving more entrepreneurs access to capital to build leading tech companies. We are building on our decades of experience as founders and investors to support underserved geographies and overlooked founders.
Plexo Capital is an institutional investment firm founding Managing Partner Lo Toney incubated and spun out from Google Ventures. Plexo Capital invests in emerging seed-stage VCs led by diverse teams and invests directly into companies sourced from the portfolios of VCs where Plexo Capital has an investment.
Reinventure Capital is a leading venture capital practice committed to advancing racial and gender equity in the allocation of risk capital to BIPOC and women founders ready to profitably scale their technology driven growth businesses.