Moonshot innovators need a lot of support to harness an idea and turn it into a viable startup. The Singularity University (SU) Incubator gives your idea a fighting chance to thrive. Learn how SU’s leadership training can help you create an actionable plan to turn a moonshot idea into a minimum viable product and ultimately a sustainable startup or nonprofit.
Here are a few accomplishments of some impact-focused startups that have come out of our Incubator:
At Singularity University, we work with startups at the intersection of exponential technologies and global impact. We take a long-term approach to helping them build high-growth, sustainable businesses. SU Ventures provides exclusive bootcamps, sprints, and other programs that promote breakthroughs, accelerate milestones, and help entrepreneurs succeed.
Whether you’re starting an early-stage venture, scaling a startup, or innovating inside a large company with thoughts of a spinoff, see how we can help your idea take flight.
Learn more about the SU programs featured in the webinar:
Monique is the Vice President of SU Ventures, where she works closely with impact-focused startups that are solving world problems with technology. She has served as an advisor and entrepreneurship coach, Venture Partner, CMO, and has started and invested in several companies. After the sale of her company, Swing by Swing Golf, the world’s most popular and successful mobile golf app, Monique participated in the 2014 Global Solutions Program where she fell in love with SU.
Molly serves as the Program Manager of SU Ventures where she helps support and scale startups using exponential tech to tackle the world’s most pressing problems. Prior to SU, she worked for the Institute of International Education on the TechWomen program, a State Department initiative bringing women leaders in STEM from 20 countries to Silicon Valley for professional development and entrepreneurship training. Molly graduated from Columbia University and holds Bachelor’s degrees from Florida State University.
Jill leads mentoring for SU Ventures. She has 20+ years of experience as a strategic leader building online communities, growing thought leadership, and leading marketing and branding for Silicon Valley nonprofits and startups. She has judged and mentored startup founders at university competitions and been a mentor with the State Department’s global TechWomen program. Jill is a graduate of the University of California at Berkeley.