Founder and CEO, Artemis
Connect with allison:
“Female CEOs get 2.2% of venture capital raised. Men raise rounds on average 3x larger than women. Less than 50 black women have raised more than $1 million in venture capital. This needs to change. XFactor has a unique opportunity, from an investment and a leadership perspective, in that many of the women contributing to those percentages are sitting around the table.”
VC Pitches Done
Total $ Venture Capital Raised
Areas of Interest for Investing
Future of work, enterprise SaaS, agtech, and deep tech.
Advice for XX Entrepreneurs
Don't stop. Work harder than your counterparts. Always remember why you're doing what you're doing.
Allison Kopf is the founder and CEO of Artemis, formerly known as Agrilyst, the leading agriculture technology platform serving the fruit, vegetable, floriculture, cannabis, and hemp industries. Artemis won the highly coveted Disrupt Cup at TechCrunch Disrupt in San Francisco. Kopf was recently named one of Forbes 2019 30 Under 30. Prior to founding Artemis, she helped BrightFarms become one of the leading indoor agriculture companies in the US. Allison serves on the boards of Cornell University's Controlled Environment Agriculture program and Santa Clara University's College of Arts and Sciences. She is a Techstars Farm to Fork mentor and holds a BS in Physics from Santa Clara University.