Meet the female founders of US 'unicorns'

Posted Jun 3, 2018 by Lisa Cumming
There are 134 US "unicorns" — aka VC-backed companies worth $1 billion or more — and of those companies, only 15 have female founders and/or co-founders.
Rob Nail  Associate Founder and CEO  Singularity University; Anne Wojcicki  CEO and Co-Founder  23an...
Rob Nail, Associate Founder and CEO, Singularity University; Anne Wojcicki, CEO and Co-Founder, 23andMe; and Steve Ciesinski, President, SRI International speak at the Global Entrepreneurship Summit, held on June 22-24, 2016 at Stanford University in Palo Alto.
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Pitchbook reported that there are 15 women who've managed to break through in the US market, and here they are.
Houzz: Adi Tatarko
Credit Karma: Nichole Mustard
Cloudflare: Michelle Zatlyn
23andMe: Anne Wojcicki and Linda Avey
C3 IoT: Patricia House
Eventbrite: Julia Hartz
Nextdoor: Sarah Leary
Ginkgo Bioworks: Reshma Shetty
Medallia: Amy Pressman
Kabbage: Kathryn Petralia
Elevance: K'Lynne Johnson
Kabam: Holly Liu
Sapphire Energy: Kristina Burow
Kendra Scott: Kendra Scott