Girls Who Innovate is a San Francisco, California-based EdTech company focused on opportunities for girls in the technology economy. Girls Who Innovate’s mission is to help nurture the future generation of female inventors, creators and builders in technology.

Co-Founders, Maureen Bunney and Madeline Schroeder have generated hundreds of millions of dollars in revenue through award-winning technology-based digital products. Through their previous company, Mighty Play LLC, the partners created products for multiple divisions of the Walt Disney Company, Zynga, Common Sense Media, Mattel, Hasbro, Nickelodeon and Cengage among others. Successful products include: multiple top 10 and top grossing Disney Apps, Digital Nickelodeon learning products, Common Sense Media’s Digital Passport, Farmville, Sonic the Hedgehog, and many leading Leapfrog learning products for both home and school. Mighty Play also produced original products including the highly acclaimed StudyAce customizable learning game platform.

Madeline is a former Executive Vice President at Leapfrog, Founder and Executive of Marketing and PD at Crystal Dynamics and Mother of Sonic at Sega. Maureen is former VP of Educational Gaming at Leapfrog and held posts at Scholastic, the Walt Disney Company and Knowledge Adventure. They each hold dozens of patents in the technology space. Come join us!