When the world around us isn’t equal, inclusive, diversified and supportive, we have to create that for ourselves. That is the reason why Viktoria Elman and Sanna Dahlin created VoiceHER, the world’s first voice-based community for women and non-binary. The startup was founded in late 2020 in Stockholm, Sweden, as part of the Antler Incubator.
The mission of VoiceHER is to build a supportive and inclusive community where women get the freedom to empower themselves in a safe environment where you can find relatable role models, someone to talk to about anything, whatever crossroad you are at.
“In our own experiences working in male dominated fields, we were lacking female mentors and relatable role models and a place where we could support and inspire each other, in a thriving and empowering environment.” – Viktoria Elman, CEO & Cofounder
Using similar voice technology as Clubhouse, VoiceHER offers a safe place for women to share their own stories, find support and develop connections. The importance for women to be able to freely and openly talk about topics that matter to them is huge and with the community forming in the app, VoiceHER is disrupting the status quo.
They have weekly scheduled events with industry leaders and VoiceHER ambassadors, holding space for open and vulnerable conversations as well as spontaneous rooms all users can open to talk about anything. It is a great place to use as a co-working space, for your walk-and-talk company, or for that morning coffee conversation you never knew you were missing.
This article was originally published on ParlayMe.