The IIHA Team



We are here to uplift the powerful and underrepresented visual narrators of our time to help close the gender gap in the art world.

Diana Mashia

Diana Mashia is an entrepreneur, strategist, collector, and activist who believes that art can be a catalyst for positive change throughout the world. Her work is informed by her extensive career in venture capital and finance as well as her expertise in public policy and ESG issues. She holds an MPA from Columbia University’s School of International & Public Affairs and a degree in art history and economics from Barnard College.

Meg Davis

Meg Davis brings her two decades of dynamic experience in sponsorships, event planning and production, marketing, public relations, and psychology to fostering change in the art world. As an avid art enthusiast and collector, Meg is able to marry her art world and brand expertise with her passion for women's empowerment. She is a graduate of the University of Southern California.

Hanna Wentz

Hanna Wentz is an artist and entrepreneur currently living and working in NYC. She specializes in creative consultancy exploring the interdependencies between art, science and technology. Hanna is a founding member of the advocacy movement and content platform Invest In Her Art, established in 2020. Through her work at IIHA she helps advance opportunities for contemporary women artists in partnership with corporations, art institutions and non-profits. In 2019 she received her B.A. from Barnard College, Columbia University with a double major in Chemistry and Art History. Her ongoing interdisciplinary studies concern visual language and a critical investigation of technological determinism, identity construction and narrative structure. In 2019, she won a prize from Getty Images in partnership with Adolescent Content for her series, Fly Over Country, examining the shifting views of masculinity in the Midwest.