At GingerBread Capital, we invest in the next generation of women founders and entrepreneurs leading high-growth businesses. We help women-led businesses gain access to the knowledge, networks and capital they need to build and scale successful enterprises, and we encourage other women to do the same.

Companies We Invest In


Making it easy to source and license content from anywhere on the Internet.

Read out latest Q&A with founder & CEO Analisa Goodin.  

Hop Skip Drive

Safe, dependable transportation solutions schools and families can count on to get kids where they need to go.

Hop Skip Drive expands services to Phoenix. Read more.


Sweeten helps consumers “renovate fearlessly” by matching the best general contractors to their big projects.


A digital investment platform built by women, for women. Ellevest recently raised $33 million in a funding round.

Read founder Sallie Krawcheck's commentary.


Learn more about why Fast Company has named wedding registry site Zola one of the 50 Most Innovative Companies in 2019.

Check out Zola's recent press.


Helping people live healthier lives, easily.


Node is using the predictive power of AI to help businesses large and small fuel growth and make better decisions.

Read the latest press coverage of Node's new Artificial Intuition platform.


From food to household items to health & beauty products, Brandless offers better stuff for fewer dollars.


Because no one should ever have to go to court alone.


Workplace meals that foster team-building and collaboration.

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“We are building a portfolio of diverse sets of founders and industries.”
Linnea Roberts, Gingerbread Capital
"We want to get more women to see investing in women as an economic opportunity."
- Linnea Roberts
"The dearth of capital flowing to female founders and in the hands of female investors can also be seen as our industry's biggest opportunity areas."
Ita Ekpoudom, GingerBread Capital
"We have one singular mission: to increase the number of women on the cap tables of female founders.”
- Linnea Roberts
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