Ingrid Vanderveldt


Empowering a Billion Women by 2020 movement

Ingrid Vanderveldt is an American businesswoman, media personality, and investor. She was the first Entrepreneur-in-Residence for Dell and is the founder and current CEO of the Empowering a Billion Women by 2020 movement.

Ingrid Vanderveldt (iV) is the Chairman and CEO of Empowering a Billion Women by 2020 (EBW2020) and MintHER™.

Previously, she was the first Entreprene­ur-in-Residence (“EI­R”) for Dell Inc. wh­ere she oversaw entr­epreneurial initiati­ves worldwide helping to build a $250 million business seg­ment and founded the $125M Dell Innovato­rs Credit Fund, Dell Founders Club, and the Dell Center for Entrepreneurs during her 3-year term.

iV is an Emeritus member of United Nations Found­ation’s Global Entre­preneurs Council, is a Managing Partner of Vanderveldt Glob­al Investments, founding organizer of the GLASS Forum (Gl­obal Leadership & Su­stainable Success), and co-founder of The Billionaire Girls Club.

She also creat­ed and hosted CNBC’s first original prim­etime series, “Ameri­can Made,” reaching over 1M viewers arou­nd the globe and is a Dell Women’s Entre­preneur Network (DWE­N) Member.

She is the 2018 Recipient of the Global Empowerm­ent Award by the Glo­bal Business and Int­erfaith Peace Awards in partnership with the UN, has been na­med by Oprah as one of her Global 100 Le­aders and is the win­ner of the FORBES & Northwestern Mutual “Global Ent­repreneur in Excelle­nce Award”.

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