Caption: Western Growers Center for Innovation and Technology

‘Working as a collective will help create a paradigm shift so more women can enter this space.’

As extra ladies enter the Agritech sector, a bunch of business professionals led by Connie Bowen (Farmhand Ventures) and Amy Wu (From Farms to Incubators) determined to create a brand new searchable listing to function a one-stop store for entrepreneurs trying to join each inside and out of doors of Agtech and assist different growers accomplice with ladies in the sector. 

The listing has greater than 1400 on-line members with various Agritech and meals service backgrounds in a simple searchable and shareable format. The listing was not too long ago up to date with the most recent contact data.

The Women in Agrifood Directory may be discovered right here.

Connectivity is vital to driving profitable partnerships

This is a a lot wanted useful resource which can assist propel underrepresented feminine innovators in the sector and assist these searching for so as to add various (ladies, trans, and non-binary folx welcome) leaders in agrifood to their occasions as audio system, to their groups as workers/companions, and to their networks as friends.

Read the background to why they developed this precious useful resource 

The builders, Wu and Bowen go on to say that they hope convention organizers will determine excessive calibre ladies as leaders in the longer term, and that traders and VC companies will use the record to create collaborative partnerships.

Details on find out how to be a part of the listing 

If you’re lacking from the record, OR or if you happen to’re already on this record, however wish to replace your information, merely fill out this kind ( with the up-to-date data, and test the “Update” field. You might be contacted on an annual foundation to verify/replace your data.

Please attain out to Connie Bowen at or Amy Wu at with any questions or considerations.

This searchable listing is the results of a collaboration led by Connie Bowen (Farmhand Ventures) and Amy Wu (From Farms to Incubators) with contributions from Allison Kopf (iUNU (f/okay/a Artemis Ag)), Pam Marrone (Marrone Bio Innovations), Louisa Burwood-Taylor (AgFunder News), and Danielle Gould (Food+Tech Connect.)

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