Driving Equity in Financing.

Musa comes from a life long passion for empowering diverse founders, and driving impact through entrepreneurship.

We aim to close the information gap and create a truly insight and data-driven funding ecosystem. We want to remove the barriers for both receiving and deploying funds equitably.

Our name pays homage to our ancestry, and the golden age of Africa’s rich and vibrant history. It speaks to a time when benevolent leaders like Mansa Musa of Mali, harnessed their ample resources to empower people through commerce and scholarship.

This dynamic mother-daughter duo has excelled as operators, financiers, and advisors, dedicating their careers to scaling and empowering businesses worldwide.

Musa has a brilliant team of game-changing thinkers. Our multi-disciplinary background of strategy, investment, product, data science and tech mean help drive our holistic perspective.

Liza Boston
Managing Partner

Flower Capital (AUS)

Michael Albada
Principal Applied Scientist

Microsoft (USA)

Tineyi Matanda
Investment Director

Salter Brothers - $3B AUM(AUS)

Robyn Foyster
Ex-editor & Chief

Women’s Weekly & New Idea (AUS)

Taf Shaamano
Ex-Senior Relationship Manager

ANZ Bank (AUS)

“Venture capital firms are under increasing pressure to address diversity imbalances within their portfolios. Efforts have been made to invest in a more inclusive range of founders, but without transparency, it's challenging to measure progress effectively. Publicly disclosing diversity data is a crucial step toward accountability and driving meaningful change."

Tracey Warren
F5 Collective (Early Stage Venture Capital)

“As a predominantly technical team, we really struggled to understand how best to raise capital and then commercialise our business. We were lucky enough to come across MUSA right before proceeding to fund raise, and it was critical in helping us pinpoint specific issues around our go to market strategy, streamlining our narrative and clarity on our value proposition in order to attract partners, and subsequently raise all the funds we needed.”

Nick Howard
Hark Medical CEO (Medtech Venture)