Do you wish you had someone to teach you about investing, funding a startup, or becoming an angel investor yourself?
If so, my guest today, Jaclyn Johnson, is going to teach you tactical ways in which women can reach financial success through investing.
Jaclyn is a powerhouse entrepreneur who, by age 28, sold her first business, invested in multiple female owned startups and launched her second multi-million dollar company.
Her latest endeavor, New Money Ventures, is a venture capital firm and brand studio on a mission to fund and build the next generation of game-changing, female-led companies!
I can’t wait for you to hear how Jaclyn is rewriting the traditional venture capital playbook for a new generation of entrepreneurs, so be sure to click play >>HERE.<<
Some of the pitching resources Jaclyn mentioned in this episode are:
- Create and Cultivate: Jaclyn’s wildly popular media platform and nationwide conference.
- Diem: A platform for women and non-binary people to learn from each other and pass their wisdom on to others.
- Clubhouse: A social audio app where “pitch practice” sessions often take place with real venture capitalists and angel investors.
One of my favorite quotes from this episode was when Jaclyn said, “In order to create generational wealth, you need to go outside of the box of your traditional 9-5.” Whew, that girl really knows how to tell it like it is!
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Jaclyn Johnson created her career. A powerhouse entrepreneur, by the time she was 28, Johnson had sold her first business, invested in multiple female owned startups and launched her second multi-million dollar company, Create & Cultivate. Johnson recognized a gap in conversations, resources, events and community for female millennial entrepreneurs and responded with a solution, Create & Cultivate, the wildly popular media platform and nationwide conference. In the process, Jaclyn’s own work-life philosophy, built on the cornerstones of female empowerment, hustling-hard and innovation have propelled her voice to the forefront of the discussion on workplace equality, a new thought-leader for millennial women and Gen-Z-ers on the career come up. This passion for supporting female entrepreneurs has sparked her latest endeavor, New Money Ventures; a venture capital firm and brand studio on a mission to fund and build the next generation of game-changing, female-led companies.
Named a Forbes 30 Under 30, an Adweek Disruptor and profiled in Fast Company, the LA Times, Entrepreneur and more, Johnson has earned her way to the frontlines of a workplace revolution at a time when change-agents and disruptors are flexing real influence.