Kate Goodall

Kate Goodall (she/her) is the Co-Founder and CEO of Halcyon, a non-profit dedicated to solving 21st century problems by providing space, community and access to emerging leaders in social entrepreneurship from around the world. Goodall continues to grow Halcyon’s offerings every year through strategic partnerships, and since launching Halcyon’s residential incubator model in 2014, has added a fund, an angel investing network, microloan fund, and a range of intensive programs.

In 2016, Goodall helped establish WE Capital, a consortium of leading businesswomen investing in and supporting women and women-led companies. Goodall has served as juror at national and international social entrepreneurship competitions, like the Creator Awards, Pitch@Palace, and MIT Tech Review Innovator Europe & Latin America, and helped select the 2021-2022 Class of White House Fellows under the Biden Administration. She was listed as DC Inno’s 2020 Fire Blazer, one of the Washington Business Journal’s Power 100, 40 Under 40, and Washington’s New Guard in 2018, Washingtonian’s 2017 Tech Titans, and Techweek 100 DC’s Talent Cultivators. Goodall was also named a 2021 Crittenton Leadership Award Honoree and was a founding Board Member for Black Girl Ventures.

Goodall previously worked as a Maritime Archaeologist, and in the museum field. She has 2 sons who keep her on her toes.