Black women are the fastest-growing group of entrepreneurs in the country, generating over $44 billion a year in revenue. So why do fewer than one percent of their startup ideas get funded? When a startup earns $1 billion in venture capital, people like to call it a “unicorn.” But we’d like to introduce you to a few true rarities: black women making it work in tech.
Kelechi Anyadiegwu: Founder, Zuvaa
Kathryn Finney: Founder, digitalundivided
Brit Fitzpatrick: Founder, MentorMe
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