We’re back with our monthly funding news, covering venture capital deals for women-founded companies. Last month, we tracked 18 deals totaling $139M.

November Venture Funding News

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We’re back with our monthly funding news, covering venture capital deals for women-founded companies. Make sure to subscribe to our newsletter here

If you’re new around here, only 2% of venture capital dollars went to startups founded by all-women teams and over 80% of VC investments went to all-men founding teams in 2022. At Glass Half Funded, we care deeply about increasing diversity in the industry and want to celebrate women that secure VC funding.

Last month, we tracked 18 deals totaling $139M:

Petfolk, a veterinary care platform, raised $40M of Series B funding. The round was led by Movendo Capital. The company was founded by Audrey Wystrach, and is based in Charlotte, NC.

Joor, a digital wholesale platform, raised $25M of venture funding. The round was led by Brightwood Capital and Tamarix Capital Partners. The company was founded by Kristin Savilia, and is based in New York, NY.

Greater Good Health, which provides healthcare to senior populations, raised $20M of Series A funding. The round was led by Flare Capital. The company was founded by Sylvia Hastanan, and is based in El Segundo, CA.

Allara, which provides virtual hormone care for women, raised $10M of Series A funding. The round was led by Google Ventures. The company was founded by Rachel Blank, and is based in New York, NY.

Allara, which provides virtual hormone care for women, raised $10M of Series A funding. The round was led by Google Ventures. The company was founded by Rachel Blank, and is based in New York, NY.

BrainBox Solutions, a biotech company focused on traumatic brain injuries, raised $7.1M of Series B funding. The round was led by Genoa Ventures. The company is led by Donna Edmonds, and is based in Richmond, VA.

Switchback Systems, which provides a DNA synthesis platform, raised $6.7M of venture funding. The company was founded by Mary Noe, and is based in Palo Alto, CA.

Lex, an app to discover local LGBTQ+ communities, raised $5.6M of Seed funding. The round was led by Stellation Capital. The company was founded by Jen Wohlner, Jennifer Lewis, and Kel Rakowski, and is based in New York, NY.

Gardenuity, which makes gardening accessible to anyone, raised $5.5M of Seed funding. The round was led by Anchor Capital and Retail Connection. The company was founded by Donna Letier and Julie Eggers, and is based in Dallas, TX.

Gardenuity, which makes gardening accessible to anyone, raised $5.5M of Seed funding. The round was led by Anchor Capital and Retail Connection. The company was founded by Donna Letier and Julie Eggers, and is based in Dallas, TX.

Ounce, a mission-driven company that connects affordable housing residents with healthcare, raised $5.2M of Seed funding. The round was led by Meridian Street Capital and Flare Capital. The company was founded by Rachel Munsie, and is based in Washington, DC.

MDisrupt, a marketplace to connect health tech companies with clinical experts, raised $3M of Seed funding. The round was led by The Venture Collective. The company was founded by Ruby Gadelrab, and is based in Austin, TX.

Atalan Tech, a software platform to detect healthcare employee burnout, raised $2.5M of Seed funding. The round was led by Excelerate Health Ventures and OCA Ventures. The company was founded by Tiffany Chan and Sisi Hu, and is based in Boston, MA.

ToTheMarket, which provides software to enable ethical vendor management, raised $2.2M of venture funding. The company was founded by Jane Mosbacher Morris, and is based in New York, NY.

ToTheMarket, which provides software to enable ethical vendor management, raised $2.2M of venture funding. The company was founded by Jane Mosbacher Morris, and is based in New York, NY.

Langaware, an AI-powered solution to predict neurodegenerative diseases, raised $2M of Seed funding. The round was led by Eleven Ventures. The company was founded by Vassiliki Rentoumi, and is based in Menlo Park, CA.

Ergo, which provides software that helps online retailers with pricing, raised $1.5M of Pre-Seed funding. The round was led by Anthemis and Wischoff Ventures. The company was founded by Claire Stepanek, and is based in New York, NY.

JourneyTrack, a software platform to help SaaS companies with their customer experience, raised $1M of venture funding. The round was led by Elevate Capital. The company was founded by Ania Rodriguez, and is based in Miami, FL.

Allander, a biotech company focused on tissue regeneration, raised $1M of Seed funding. The company was founded by Xiao-Jing Wang, and is based in Aurora, CO.

Allander, a biotech company focused on tissue regeneration, raised $1M of Seed funding. The company was founded by Xiao-Jing Wang, and is based in Aurora, CO.

RayIoT Solutions, which provides at-home health monitoring devices, raised $400K of Seed funding. The company was founded by Aardra Kannan Ambili, Ranjana Nair, and Sanchi Poovaya, and is based in Falls Church, VA.

MemoryWell, a healthcare engagement solution, raised $300K of venture funding. The company was founded by Jay Newton-Small, and is based in Washington, DC.

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