We support disabled founders by connecting them with the resources they need to create thriving high growth, high impact startups. We’re challenging the entrepreneurial ecosystem at large to flip the narrative, and see disability as a competitive advantage for businesses.
Since their start in 2019 our cohorts have provided founders with the tools and guidance to strengthen their pitch, connect with a network of funders, and build community with disabled entrepreneurs like themselvesExplore our Cohorts
The Disability Startup Network connects disabled entrepreneurs to exchange ideas about how we can contribute to a more equitable world. Join over 500 founders and industry leaders committed to expanding businesses and accommodation for people with disabilities.Join Our Group
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We support high-growth, high-impact startups led by people with disabilities.
At 2Gether-International we’re creating entrepreneurial communities, where peer support, expert mentorship, and a network of possibilities is within reach for Disabled Founders. We’re bringing together masters of industry and emerging leaders, committed to expanding businesses and accommodation for people with disabilities.
Disabled and proud, Diego seeks to navigate the relationship between disability advocacy, entrepreneurism, and sustainable impact. Since founding 2Gether-International in 2012 Diego has collaborated with multinational organizations, been recognized internationally for his work with the disability community, and attended global summits to advocate for entrepreneurs with disabilities.
Keevin has managed and led over 10 startup accelerator programs and supported over 100 founders helping them both validate and scale their businesses. Early last year he was able to start and scale a startup to the point of acquisition. Being a practitioner has allowed him to both give tactical advice and see things from the founders perspective.
Denise Gray, a California native, began her journey in the United States Navy, where she served for a decade and honed her skills in the medical field. Transitioning to the corporate world, she excelled in C-Level Operations, gaining a strategic and organizational management perspective. As a resilient disabled entrepreneur, Denise founded multiple businesses before joining 2Gether-International, where her extensive experience and unwavering commitment to helping others make her an invaluable asset.
Coko's 10+ years of experience in the music and entertainment industry led her to being an expert at growing fan bases, followers, streams and more. She left the music industry and founded her own tech startup which was accepted into 2 accelerators. Coko now has a new passion to help other entrepreneurs grow their businesses in unique and unconventional ways!
We connect disabled founders with the resources they need to thrive.
Disabled people are historically underserved by resources and programs targeting entrepreneurs. 2GI seeks to challenge the entrepreneurial ecosystem by supporting founders with disabilities, and flipping the narrative to see disability as a competitive advantage for businesses.
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The partnership will round out programming for the latest cohort of the District nonprofit, which provides resources and opportunities to more than 300 entrepreneurs with disabilities.Read Now
This National Disability Employment Awareness Month, we teamed up with Google for Startups to launch our first-ever tech edition of the 2Gether-International Accelerator.Read Now
With support from Google for Startups, 16 founders with disabilities were chosen out of nearly 200 applications, the process was very competitive.Read Now