Kapor Capital is the venture capital investment arm of the Kapor Center for Social Impact based in Oakland, CA. The firm is interested in Freada Klein-Kapor and Mitch Kapor in 1999, in Oakland, California, United States.
The firm is interested in early-stage startups, that generate positive business social impacts. The firm looks for companies that can transform entire industries. The firm is interested in companies that provide entertainment education, medical interviewing schedule platforms, behavioral healthcare, job training programs, and business development apprenticeships.
NovoEd is a program delivery platform, founded by Stanford University professor Amin Saberi and PhD student Farnaz Ronaghi, that partners with training firms, corporations, educational institutes and foundations to provide blended learning solutions.
LendUp is a company building credit products that cater people with low credit or volatile income. It participated in the W12 cohort of Y Combinator.
SendHub is a company providing an online messaging system for businesses.
NoRedInk is a San Francisco-based e-learning and educational technology company founded in 2012 by Jeff Scheur to help students writing abilities.
Ginger offers behavioral health coaching, video therapy, video psychiatry and self-guided content.
Pigeonly is a company offering a subscrition-based platform for searching, finding and communicating with incarcerated people.
Inkling is a company that develops a mobile learning enablement platform for businesses.
Court Buddy is a San Francisco-based company founded by Kristina Jones.
Kiverdi is a Pleasanton, California-based carbon capture and storage company working to commercialize technology using chemoautotrophic microbes to transform carbon dioxide and related gases into bio-based products.
Chirply is a company providing a platform for crowdsourcing and design marketplace for products.
Piazza is a Palo Alto, California-based company founded by Pooja Sankar.
Worklete is a San Francisco-based company founded by Benjamin Kanner.
Career advancement platform for Black, Latinx, and Native American students and professionals.
Freada Kapor Klein
Mandela Schumacher-Hodge Dixon
Uriridiakoghene "Ulili" Onovakpuri