After the project presentations, Catherine Muther, founder and president of the Three Guineas Fund and an alumna of Word Learning's International Honors Program, will moderate a panel discussion on the "Future of Social Innovation.
What does 3GF stand for?
3GF stands for Three Guineas Fund
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Recipients of the first-ever "Future Builder Award" were Trish Costello of the Kauffman Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership; Patty Abramson, founder and Managing Director of the Women's Growth Capital Fund, the first venture capital fund investing in early-stage women-led companies; Cate Muther, founder and president of the Three Guineas Fund and creator of the Women's Technology Cluster in San Francisco, the first women-focused technology incubator; and Peg Wyant, founder of Isabella Capital, a Cincinnati, Ohio based venture fund focused on investing in women-led companies and an investor in several Springboard 2000 companies.
The Fund attracted investment from a diverse group of investors including the Overseas Private Investment Corporation (OPIC), Triodos Fair Share Fund, Hivos-Triodos Fund, The Norwegian Investment Fund for Developing Countries (Norfund), Triple Jump, Stromme Microfinance East Africa, The Ford Foundation, The David and Lucile Packard Foundation, CARE USA, Three Guineas Fund, Calvert Social Investment Foundation, MMA Community Development, Inc.
Sponsors of Springboard 2000 include Oracle Corporation, Silicon Valley Bank, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Grant Thornton LLP and the Three Guineas Fund.