Closing the financial gender gap with expert tips, insight, and advice from women at the helm of FinTech.



How Venture Capitalists Are Rethinking Post-Pandemic Investments

What business models will thrive and how will consumers spend their money beyond COVID-19?

By Jenna Birch


Community Becomes Critical for Success as Female Founders Pivot to Digital 

From fitness to fashion, COVID-19 is forcing businesses into unchartered territory. It’s the nimble, community-minded founders leading the way.

By Anna Deutsch

Money and Power


The Edit: Women, Money, and Power

This issue's Edit is centered on our theme: Women, Money & Power. From salt to sea shells, currency to consumerism, our collection of products spans art, design, technology, and literature. Each piece engages with the diverse cultural significance of money and power: how we signify it, spend it, wear it, and how it influences us and the world around us.

By The Helm Team


Tech of the Town: FinTech Gets Personal

We explore the next wave of companies reshaping our financial future.

By Erin Shipley


Financial Strategies at Every Age

Our collective and cultural discomfort with the topic of money can lend itself to missed opportunity. Here are a few ways you can stay on top of your money game, at any age.

By Bola Sokunbi, Founder & CEO of


The Truth About Money

Growing up, writer Ashley C. Ford's family had a complicated relationship with money. Here, she shares what that meant then and what it means now.

By Ashley C. Ford


Bitcoin: A Leaderless Movement

Often overlooked in the hype of cryptocurrency is one fundamental and enlivening truth: the nature of this innovation favors the understanding and contribution of women.

By Alyse Killeen, Managing Partner at StillMark Co. and StillMark Capital


Introducing The Helm & Our First Issue

For our inaugural issue—Women, Money & Power—we are thrilled to have collaborated with powerhouse women at the helm of financial services, FinTech, and cryptocurrency.

By Lindsey Taylor Wood


Women, Money, and Power: An Historical Timeline

Sorry, Ben Franklin... Mary Kies, Florence Kelley, Frances Perkins and Janet Yellen are just a few of the pioneers who have helped shape our financial and cultural lives. Here, award-winning American historian Alexis Coe & Illustrator Alessandra Genualdo shed light on their contributions.

By Alexis Coe and Alessandra Genualdo