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Jaclyn Johnson really created her career.
By the time she was 28, Johnson had sold her first business investing in multiple female-owned startups, and launched her second multimillion-dollar company, Create & Cultivate. Johnson recognized a gap in conversations, resources, events, and community for female millennial entrepreneurs and responded with Create & Cultivate, a media platform and nationwide conference. In the process, Jaclyn’s own work-life philosophy, built on the cornerstones of female empowerment, hustling hard and innovation, has propelled her voice to the forefront of the discussion on workplace equality.
She is considered a new thought leader for millenial women and Gen Z’s on the career come-up. This passion for supporting female entrepreneurs has sparked her latest endeavor, New Money Ventures, a venture capital firm and brand studio on a mission to fund and build the next generation of game-changing female-led companies. She’s a Forbes 30 Under 30, an Adweek Disruptor, profiled in Fast Company, the LA Times, Entrepreneur and more.