Amplifyher is a Venture Capital firm that invests in visionary founders with women in decision-making roles.
We are opportunistic investors.
15% of VC dollars go to gender-mixed teams, even though those teams out-perform all-male founding teams by 63%.
We don't see women as under-funded, we see them as untapped.
We want to see more women in the C-Suite.
Women make up one in five C-Suite leaders and less than 5% of CEOs.
Amplifyher arms outstanding women with the resources and capital needed to build their own C-Suites.
And there's no better time to make it happen.
We are at an inflection point in venture for female empowerment.
The conversation of gender parity is at its prime, but the numbers still show a significant gap in financing. Let's change that.
General Partner and Founder
Tricia founded Amplifyher Ventures with the mission to put more women in leadership roles. In doing so, she believes there will be more mentors and paved paths for fellow female operators.
Tricia is a venture capitalist who previously held executive sales and marketing roles for a number of high-growth businesses, including Collegiate Advantage, Student Advantage, and Y2M Youth Media & Marketing.
Tricia was the first VP of Sales of Facebook. As the company’s 7th employee, Tricia built Facebook’s early sales team, cultivated initial advertising relationships, and helped brands navigate the changing landscape of advertising during the shift to social media.
Tricia has been investing in female founders for 10 years. She received her B.A. from the University of Rhode Island. She sits on the Women's Leadership Board at the Harvard Kennedy School.
Meghan has 14 years of asset management and operating experience in New York venture. Prior to joining Amplifyher, Meghan built the Cornell alumni investment network Red Bear Angels, leading the firm's investments into 25+ companies including Datalogue [acq. Nike] and Grokstyle [acq. Facebook] as well as two 'Unicorns' Lyft [NASDAQ: LYFT] and Trumid. She received her venture training from Foundation Capital and StarVest Partners. Meghan was previously a communications specialist, managing public relations for Skype and Foursquare, before becoming a director at the leading post-dot-com media company, StyleCaster Media Group [acq. She Knows Media].
Meghan is a guest writer for TechCrunch and Forbes and lecturer at Columbia University, Cornell University, and Yeshiva University on Venture Capital. She sits on the board at Lincoln Center and co-chairs the junior board of Facing History, an education nonprofit that furthers diversity and inclusion. Meghan received her B.S. in Fiber Science from Cornell University and M.B.A. from Columbia Business School.