After learning that the average black woman founder raised only $42,000 in venture capital, while the average male raised $2.1 million, Dee Poku Spalding decided to do something about it by launching the Black Women Raise initiative. The program aims to help black women raise growth capital, scale their businesses and help other women do the same.
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