weVENTURE Investors and Community Partners

   Equity Partners

Wells FargoWiderman Malek Attorneys at Law


Bank of America


Seacoast Bank



Health First







Zonta Club of Melbourne 














League of Extraordinary Investors 

 Barbara WallJennifer Kremer
 Beth GitlinJonnie Swann
 Betty Lou Steen-Clarke, weVENTURE Advisory BoardJosh Adams, Rock Paper Simple
 Bobbi Whitmore, Bobbi's at Parkside Julie Braga, Residence Inn by Marriott
 Brandy Buckner, The Crab StopJulie Shipley, The Soup Shop
 Carrie Sullivan, The Gathering TableKara Wood, District Planning Group
 Catherine Wright, Indigo Strategic Consulting LLCKaren Eidman, 98.5 The Beach WSBH 
 Chelsea Moletz, Cromulence, LLCKaren Montas, Johnson & Montas, P.A.
 Chris Conneen, Pizza Gallery & GrillKelly Swartz, Widerman Malek, PL
 Christel Reaves, Connected ClassKristin Woodling, Pamper Your Mind
 Christi Adams, The Glass HouseLaraine Schultz, Wells Fargo Advisors
 Community Credit Union Laura Chiesman, FirstWave Financial
 Cordell Rolle, Rolle IT, LLCLaura Anne Pray, Berman Hopkins
 Dana Kilborne, Cypress Bank & TrustLynne Mills, Harbor Financial Group
 Dawn Mays, Call One, Inc. Melbourne Chamber of Commerce
 Dr. Donna WhittakerPeter Mannino
 Ellen Winter, Brevard ZooRuth Hull
  Elia TwiggSandy Michelson, Zonta of Melbourne
  Elizabeth Gammon, Space Coast Roofing Steve Quello, CEO Nexus
  Eric Ponce, State Farm Tracy Stroderd, EverythingBrevard.com
  Hedrick Brothers Construction  Vaya Space  
  Jeannette Kraar Wendy Romeu, Alluvionic  

National Womens Business CouncilAssociation Of Womens Business Centers
Economic Development Commission Florida Space Coast   St Lucie County Chamber of Commerce
  Indian River County Chamber of Commerce - Economic Development






weVENTURE WBC has partnered with The Central Florida Corridor to establish a structured network of mentors and role models, equip women entrepreneurs to develop competitive SBIR grant applications and streamline commercialization pathways for their resulting STEM innovations. Available data shows just 13% of SBIR grant recipients nationally are women – a statistic The Corridor team eventually hopes to change through this intentional partnership approach. To learn more, visit www.sbir.gov/ or contact your weVENTURE business coach to ask if SBIR funding might be right for you!