Untold Stories that share the lessons of Female Entrepreneurs’ Success.
March 15th @ 5:30 PM at 1871

Meet Chicago’s rising women tech leaders: diverse, innovative, socially aware, and fearless.

Today, tech is power. Use it to create your destiny. Meet women who are using technology to reach their dreams:

Founders building tech start ups.
Investors helping women grow their dreams.
And leaders who are creating the support framework for women-led tech growth.

Join our upcoming event on March 15 at 5:30pm at 1871, where female entrepreneurs and investors take the stage to tell their stories, provide insight into how they achieve success, and empower women in tech by sharing information needed to secure the investment for their big ideas.

Hear their stories and lessons. Find your tech destiny!


Dima Elissa, Founder VisMed3D, @vismed3D, @dimaelissa
Shivani Jain, Co-Founder MyCubii, @mycubii
Jessica Tenuta, Co-Founder PackBack Books, @packbackbooks, @jessicatenuta
Sandee Kastrul, Founder i.c.stars, @icstarsChicago, @SandeeKastrul
Ann Marie Murphy, Partner Vue Ventures, @annmarie_vue
Samara Mejia, MATH Venture Partners, @MATH_V_P

Hosted by our CoFounders:

Terri Brax, Founder TeacherCare, @terribrax @wtfounders
Sharon Schneider, Founder Moxie Jean, @sharonschneider @wtfounders
Riana Lynn, Founder Foodtrace, @rianalynn @wtfounders

Join us to meet inspiring women tech founders at various stages of success. Learn. Invest. Change the World.

Are you a woman tech founder interested in applying to meet investors?
Are you an investor interested in supporting women tech founders?

Let us know about you! Contact us at Info@WomenTechFounders.com
Untold Stories that share the lessons of Female Entrepreneurs’ Success.
March 15th @ 5:30 PM at 1871.

Introduction: Brenna Berman, CIO and Commissioner of Innovation and Technology in Chicago.

The night starts with guest speaker, Brenna Berman Chicago Department of Innovation and Technology (DoIT) Commissioner and CIO. Berman built a career promoting government innovation during over 10 years at IBM, where she worked closely with government agencies across the world to leverage technology and analytics to improve the services they provide to their residents. At DoIT, she has improved the department’s commercial partnerships and identified ground-breaking civic partnerships, including hosting regular meetings with local female tech startup owners.

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