March was Women’s History Month and we celebrated our female founders with some amazing stats highlighting their accomplishments.
Bloomberg Equality Summit
Miriam was featured on an in-person panel for the Bloomberg Equality Summit, Venture Capital: Investing in Change. They discussed inequities in access to capital for women and people of color and ways to address the problem. Miriam also highlighted Ulu’s diversity statistics regarding women and minorities and was later quoted in a Bloomberg article.
Kauffman Fellows Summit
Clint and Miriam attended the Kauffman Fellows Summit in Mexico City where Clint spoke about the new KFP DAO (decentralized autonomous organization). He’s the volunteer lead on the tokenomics committee. It’s a way for a community to use cryptocurrency to drive and coordinate desired interaction and transactions.
Ulu blog post
Ulu principal Kathy Chen jumped into exploring the gaps in healthcare and investing with her blog on “Mind the Gap”.
Jayce Hafner, CEO and co-founder of FarmRaise told us about the power of finance in farming and how the company is helping farmers become more profitable and sustainable.
Jenny Xia Spradling, Co-CEO of FreeWill explained why she’s on a super-charged mission to assure a trillion dollars gets donated to charity.
Ulupreneur Michael Lai, CEO of Tinycare told us about his passion to tackle America’s childcare crisis through a network of Montessori-inspired micro daycares in urban areas.