SCCW Film Series presents: Show Her The Money



Challenge stereotypes. See your own potential. Be INSPIRED!

The SCCW Film Series is proud to present the exclusive debut of “Show Her the Money”, an award-winning documentary that unveils a powerful narrative never before told. This groundbreaking film sheds light on the stark reality that women receive less than 2% of venture capital funding and takes you on a journey to demystify the world of venture capital.

Featuring rock star female investors who champion diverse women entrepeneurs with groundbreaking innovations, Show Her the Money emphasizes the crucial role of finance in empowering women and achieving true equality. The documentary follows four visionary founders as they navigate uphill battles to turn their ideas into reality. Despite facing constant challenges, these women, supported by angel investors, emerge as determined and resilient entrepeneurs. With their businesses growing to mind-blowing heights, each venture showcased has the potential to become a billion-dollar unicorn.

The Stanislaus County Commission for Women seeks to support all women in attaining their goals. We advocate for more women in leadership postitions in the areas of philantropy, business, non-profit, sports, science and technology, education, public office, and more. For more information about the SCCW, please visit

As a special treat, the SCCW is thrilled to present a panel discussion featuring the film’s producers, stars, and esteemed supporters. Join industry leaders Catherine Gray (Executive Producer and founder of She Angel Investors), Wendy Ryan (CEO of Kadabra), John Majeski (Associate Producer & Portola Valley Partners) and Bridgette L Smith (Associate Producer and CEO Founders Pitch Week). Together they will share their insights and experiences, offering a behind-the-scenes look at the making of ‘Show Her the Money.’

Students Free with valid ID
$10 General Admission

Doors at 5 p.m.
Panel discussion at 6:15 p.m.
Film at 7 p.m.
Q & A after the film



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120 min