It is an honor to be recognized for our work and asked to share the journey. It is even more humbling to have the opportunity to share it with a new audience. Below are a few places that have so graciously featured Lauren, her experiences, thought leadership and work.
Since 2018, Black and Latinx women have received only .64% of VC funding. “Our mission is to create a world where all women own their work, where women have wealth,” Lauren Maillian, the CEO of Digital Undivided, said. “It is only through our jobs, our careers, and our work, that is the path to wealth creation. Not just for women, for
“Businesses founded by women of color are in focus now, and specifically those founded by Black women because of the racial reckoning,” said Lauren Maillian, CEO of digitalundivided. “But we want and we need to make sure that they continue to gain great investment moving forward.” Bridging the funding gap is long overdue The number of businesses owned by Black
USA Today – December 8, 2020 – Black women and Latina entrepreneurs get less than 1% of venture capital
Black women and Latinas are raising more venture capital funding than ever, tapping into Silicon Valley’s wealth-generating machine amid the nation’s racial reckoning, but funding parity is still a pipe dream for women of color, according to a new report.