COVEDOZA is a feminist brand committed to the financial empowerment of women visual artists that identify as Black, Indigenous, and/or People of Color (BIPOC) worldwide by creating sustainable print collaborations that bolster their artistic influence, income, and name.
COVEDOZA was birthed after the founder's Peace Corps service in rural Costa Rica. She saw first-hand how competition hindered the artisans' ability to thrive, which is why community is our strongest value.
Founder & CEO
Elisa Molina is a multi-passionate entrepreneur, a first-time mother, and Founder and CEO of COVEDOZA. As the daughter of an immigrant single mother, Elisa used these experiences to fuel her desire to build a brand influenced by her feminist ideals.
In 2020, she was granted the Latino Small Business Resilience Award by the Georgia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, selected for the American Express and IFundWomen 100 for 100 Program, and awarded the HYPEpreneur Award.
"I'll be honest, taking this sweatshirt out of the box made me a little emotional. The gravity of the moment hit me. "Madam Vice President". What an empowering and significant milestone for all women in the United States. Certainly, one that should be celebrated. Thank you for creating a sweatshirt that reflects how I feel. Representation matters."
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