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Pipeline Angels

With the characteristic t-shirt slogan, “This Is What an Angel Looks Like,” Pipeline is all about changing the face of angel investing through training women to be angel investors. While they do focus on social entrepreneurship, this would be a great place for any entrepreneur to start looking to build relationships with a number of the country’s top female angel investors. Founded by Natalia Oberti Noguera.

Golden Seeds

With both an angel network and a venture capital side, this organization strongly supports female investors and is one of the largest and most well-known female angel networks in the country. With offices in New York, Boston, Silicon Valley, Southern California and Texas, Golden Seed’s angel network covers some of the biggest tech hubs in the United States.

Female Investors Opportunities List

Collection of over 100 female investors, organized by Sarah Kunst. Described as a "Google Group comprised of every female startup investor you know of and tons you don’t. They’re smart, they write checks and they are available to speak, be interviewed, mentor, judge and invite to your super private influencers dinners. They’re from all over the country, they will travel for the right opps and they provide insight and capital you’re otherwise lacking.” Email kunstsar at gmail with any opportunities and she will share them with the group.

Broadway Angels

This network of around 20 angels is “an angel investment group made up of world-class investors and business executives who all happen to be women.” While they mostly invest in information technology, they are open to other areas of investment, as well. The individuals are included in the list below.

37 Angels

Network of female angels. Invests in deals between $50k and $150k. They also offer a "unique training program to educate novice angels in the fundamentals of investing in young companies,” according to their website.


A group of some of the most powerful women at Twitter (or formerly at Twitter), these six angels are investing individually but still pooling their collective expertise around their investments.

Plum Alley Investments

Plum Alley Investments is a membership-based investment firm that supports women entrepreneurs in technology and gender-balanced teams building innovative and purpose-driven companies. Started by Deborah Jackson and Andrea Turner Moffitt.