Venus Williams is a very busy woman these days. Even with seven Grand Slam singles titles and reaching No. 1 among her decades worth of tennis accomplishments, Venus continues to grow her career well past the baseline. She not only has her athleisure clothing company "EleVen", but she also owns a plant-based protein shake company called "Happy Viking."

Most recently, Venus added to her growing list of off-court ventures by joining health brand HumanCo's advisory board.

Not only as a professional athlete but as a business woman, Venus has always put health first, fueling up with best possible nutrients and ingredients. This is why she made the decision to jump on board with HumanCo, a health-conscious company that currently holds three brands under its umbrella.


HumanCo plans to build its portfolio of health-focused consumer brands before going public. With plant-based ice cream maker "Coconut Bliss", plant-based butter and cream cheese brand "Monty's" and grain-free pizza bites maker "Snow Days", the company's mission is to make it easier for people to live sustainably.

“I am thrilled to be joining HumanCo’s board of advisors and supporting their mission to help people live their healthiest lives,” Venus said in an interview with Bloomberg. “I believe that investing in one’s health is the most important thing we can do as individuals."

Actor Scarlett Johansson also invested in HumanCo and became the creative director for Snow Days in April.

Venus' last tournament appearance was in July, when she fell to Ons Jabeur in Wimbledon's second round.