We Are Enough has a mission to educate women globally at every socioeconomic level and age on WHY and HOW to invest in women-led businesses and/or with a “gender lens” in the public markets.

While many organizations are addressing the issue of women entrepreneurs’ lack of access to capital and others are educating women on basic investing, no organization is targeting the everyday woman globally on the potential of her investing power when she aligns it with helping women. WAE educates and inspires women to take control of their investing dollars, generate wealth, and impact their community and the economy.

WAE is launching a significant global campaign – the "3.3.3 Challenge" – to inspire 3 million women to commit 3% of their definition of capital to invest in women-led businesses and/or with a gender lens in the next 3 years. If on average, women invest $1000 each, this will result in $3 billion directed to women. No other group or fund has this target or potential.

While th...
We Are Enough has a mission to educate women globally at every socioeconomic level and age on WHY and HOW to invest in women-led businesses and/or with a “gender lens” in the public markets.

While many organizations are addressing the issue of women entrepreneurs’ lack of access to capital and others are educating women on basic investing, no organization is targeting the everyday woman globally on the potential of her investing power when she aligns it with helping women. WAE educates and inspires women to take control of their investing dollars, generate wealth, and impact their community and the economy.

WAE is launching a significant global campaign – the "3.3.3 Challenge" – to inspire 3 million women to commit 3% of their definition of capital to invest in women-led businesses and/or with a gender lens in the next 3 years. If on average, women invest $1000 each, this will result in $3 billion directed to women. No other group or fund has this target or potential.

While the #MeToo and #TimesUp movements are very important, they are both reactive to men behaving badly. WAE and the "3.3.3 Challenge" are proactive ways that women and girls can affect change and have a long-lasting impact on themselves, their families, their communities and the world.

The multiplier effect of women achieving financial success is significant, including: pay equity and positive HR policies; diverse hiring practices; reduced sexual harassment in the workplace; support of climate change and pro-environment initiatives; and using their success, business platforms and voices to make positive changes.

Whether it’s $25, $25K or $25M, we believe there are ways to harness women’s investing power and align their investments with personal values, generate wealth... AND change the world!
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Delilah Panio
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Delilah Panio Executive Director Capital markets expert and business/funding strategist; Passion for women entrepreneurship and investing.