Katie Jacobs Stanton’s Moxxie Ventures and Brianne Kimmel are among those backing a company that enables experts to share and monetize their knowledge online. Moxxie and Brianne, according to TechCrunch, took part in Superpeer’s $8 million financing, which also included Audacious Ventures, Homebrew and Acrew Capital, whose founding partners include Theresia Gouw and Lauren Kolodny.
Superpeer’s platform enables experts to promote, schedule and charge for one-on-one video calls with anyone seeking their advice. The company is now expanding into paid channels as well.
Moxxie earlier this year backed LOOM, a provider of sexual and reproductive education founded by Erica Chidi and Quinn Lundberg. The firm last year closed its debut fund at $25 million and is particularly focused on “underrepresented and underestimated” entrepreneurs. Moxxie’s investments include Elpha, a women’s professional network; Purple Dot, a hiring platform; Sesh, which helps arrange meetings; and Honeycomb Labs, a parenting tech startup.
A former Twitter executive, Katie co-founded #Angels, an angel investing group led by a group of former and current female Twitter executives.
Brianne, who founded Work Life Ventures, invested earlier this year in Haus, a direct-to-consumer alcohol company co-founded by Helena Price Hambrecht.