Female Founders Got 2% of VC Money. Enter Serena Williams’ Venture

Even though woman-run, venture-backed businesses perform better, they received a paltry 2% of all U.S. venture capital funds in last year.  For women of color, that figure drops to less than 1%. 

After years of quietly funding early-stage start-ups, she unveiled Serena Ventures in 2019 to smash more glass ceilings.  Here are 30 game-changing start-ups funded by Serena Williams.   


Andela is solving global engineering staffing challenges by connecting 77,000 engineers from 60 countries with companies in need. People are no longer limited to the job opportunities in their town, region, or country with remote options. 


Billie is a grooming subscription service that puts women, their preferences, and needs at the forefront of shaving and simple beauty.  They use ingredients that do no harm, work super hard, and take the guesswork out of clean. 


If you have more than one digital wallet for your various cryptocurrencies, you need an all-in-one solution to track performance.  CoinTracker gives you a tool for a fuller read on your investment gains.  

Daily Harvest

Daily Harvest is a food delivery company that focuses on organic, thoughtfully sourced fruits and vegetables. They create delicious and nourishing smoothies, soups, oats, and lattes, making healthy eating easy for busy lives.