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WIB Entrepreneur Center

Our Mission:

The WIB Entrepreneur Center is dedicated to supporting female founders from early start-up to later project stages of their life science companies through peer to peer interactions, educational programs, and resources as well as fundraising support.

Founders forums, peer groups, pitch events, and national webinars dedicated to the needs of early-stage and seed-stage startups, are just a few of the resources available to WIB’s Entrepreneur community.

Founders Forum

The Founders Forum is a leadership opportunity for first time and serial female founders/CEOs of startup life science companies with IP, a business entity. This includes those seeking (dilutive and non-dilutive) funding. Companies one to 15 in size qualify and  meetings take place monthly (year-round).


For more information please connect with us at MAPS@womeninbio.org.


WIB-National Seeks Volunteer for the National WIB Entrepreneur Center Co-Vice Chair Position

The National WIB Entrepreneur Center Co-Vice Chair will work alongside the National Chair and will be responsible for planning meetings and events to help educate and engage the entrepreneurs and founders within our chapter membership. The candidate will be expected to participate on the MAPS National monthly call and will need to be available to attend a few other internal committee meeting during the month. An entrepreneurial spirit is an important element for the candidate.

To apply for this position, or to to express interest in volunteering in general, please complete the form located here no later than July 15, 2020.

For more information on opportunities to volunteer with WIB, click here.


Congratulations WIB/RESI Pitch Challenge Finalists!

Congratulations to the following WIB-members that have been named as finalists in the Digital RESI Pitch and Innovation Challenge, an opportunity presented by WIB's Entrepreneur Center as part of Life Science Nation’s Redefining Early Stage Investments (RESI) Conference. These finalists have all founded or co-founded a life science company and are developing products in the Drugs, Diagnostics, or Digital Health areas.

  • Meesha Dogan
  • Helena Cowley
  • Eydis Lima
  • Samantha Scott
  • Caitlin Cameron