Two-time WNBA champion Renee Montgomery shook the sports world last year when the Atlanta Dream point guard opted out of her 12th season to turn her attention full time to social justice reform. Through the Renee Montgomery Foundation, she launched the Remember the 3rd campaign in 2020 to empower voters, and earlier this year, she joined with fellow athlete LeBron James and others to buy her former team. The Atlanta Dream’s previous co-owner, Georgia senator Kelly Loeffler, actively opposed the WNBA’s support of Black Lives Matter. Montgomery also put her money where her mouth is as an angel investor in underrepresented entrepreneurs. Now, she has a new position: venture capitalist.