Helping diverse led companies achieve their goals and reach their full potential is a passion of EnrichHER and our Partners.
We always believe that you should have a destination. By assisting diverse led companies, the collective is able to be the map that guides those new majority founders on their route.
When we all work together, it brings big change and that change is how we want society to look and feel. Our unique differences are what drives the economy, innovation and the world.
A LGBTQ+ non-profit that promotes equality and combat discrimination in the business world. We have become a champion for the LGBTQ+ entrepreneurial community providing the resources entrepreneurs need to succeed, promoting the successes of our community, and researching the economic impacts of LGBTQ+ discrimination
A community platform catered to Latina and other Minority Business Owners with the objective to empower women in the U.S. to advance their career, grow their business and help them design a new the future, this by pursuing Economic development within a welcoming environment of Business-focused women leaders.
Women’s Empowerment Institute is a non-profit organization that offers underserved women personal, professional development and job skills training which empowers them to become self-sufficient. We empower unemployed and underemployed women who lack education and a strong network with the fundamental skills to become leaders and lifelong learners.
Our goal is to build an innovation community and to accelerate innovation within the regional ecosystem. The foundation does that by offering programming and connections that build relationships between students, startups, entrepreneurs, corporates, investors and other organisations. Our mission is to broaden, connect and support the innovation community through offering a freely accessible network with programming to help anyone with an idea to succeed. By connecting innovators, we create impact and foster innovation and growth.
STEM Atlanta Women was created to enlighten, educate and empower women and girls to take advantage of the global opportunities in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) and to acquire the skills needed to compete and succeed in the 21st Century and beyond.
UTAVBOC provides collaborative, hands-on, interactive learning opportunities including classroom instruction and opportunities to work with experienced coaches and mentors, attend workshops, and develop connections. Through training programs, one-on-one business counseling, accredited university courses, practical seminars, relevant workshops, expert referrals and veteran focused outreach activities, UTAVBOC serves as the SBA resource for veterans. UTAVBOC services are funded in part through a cooperative agreement with the SBA in order to empower transitioning veterans, disabled veterans, National Guard, active and reserve component members and their spouses to grow the U.S. economy and its employment base, while adding value to the communities in which they live and serve. UTAVBOC’s mission is to 1.Increase awareness of entrepreneurial development services through the Boots to Business Transition Assistance Program (TAPS) and other training and outreach activities. 2.Facilitate access to entrepreneurial development services in collaboration with other SBA resource partners, including federal, state and local entrepreneurial development entities. 3.Inspire action that leads to entrepreneurial business development, economic freedom, personal and professional well-being
A small business helping small businesses discover the most direct path to success. As a woman and minority owned company, we know how critical it is to open doors and remove barriers for all who come with us on these uncharted paths. Our mission became an obsession to ensure every entrepreneur in the New Majority has what they need to launch and grow their own small business adventure.
The Atlanta Black Chambers is a non-profit organization consisting of individuals engaging in Business, Community and Government activities. Our mission is to serve as an advocate for the creation and growth of competitive, profitable and sustainable Black owned entities. We are committed to providing quality education and training programs that emphasize economic development, ownership and wealth building practices.
RICE is an economic mobility engine for the community: driving entrepreneurs and small business owners to innovate, grow, create jobs, and build wealth. RICE is boldly pursuing pathways to expand the possibilities for entrepreneurs in Atlanta and beyond at a time when ensuring equitable opportunities for Black-owned businesses matters more than ever.
A 501(c)(3) non-profit based in Austin, TX supporting women at the most critical moments in their entrepreneurial journeys. We advance woman entrepreneurs striving to scale their companies through four pillars: Knowledge, Connections, Capital and Growth Mindset.
The National Black Chamber of Commerce® was incorporated in Washington, DC in March 1993. The NBCC is a nonprofit, nonpartisan, nonsectarian organization dedicated to the economic empowerment of African American communities. 140 affiliated chapters are locally based throughout the nation as well as international affiliate chapters based in Bahamas, Brazil, Colombia, Ghana, Kenya, France, Botswana, Cameroon and Jamaica and businesses as well as individuals who may have chosen to be direct members with the national office. In essence, the NBCC is on the leading edge of educating and training Black communities on the need to participate vigorously in this great capitalistic society known as America. The NBCC reaches 100,000 Black owned businesses. There are 2.6 million Black owned businesses in the United States. Black businesses account for over $138 billion in revenue each year according to the US Bureau of Census. The National Black Chamber of Commerce® is dedicated to economically empowering and sustaining African American communities through entrepreneurship and capitalistic activity within the United
We strive to give every kid and teen in our program the opportunity to learn the skills that will help them thrive in the business world of tomorrow. Many inner-city schools don’t offer basic technology education, let alone blockchain, cryptocurrency, artificial intelligence, and other emerging technologies. All of that threatens to propagate a continuing problem, in which African-Americans and Latinos are severely underrepresented in high-end, private-sector technology jobs.
We are a mobile app and community designed explicitly for the empowerment and enrichment of multicultural womxn & girls—to successfully navigate, accelerate, participate, and thrive in 21-century career opportunities across STEM (science, technology, engineering, mathematics) fields, leadership, and entrepreneurship.
There wasn’t a roadmap to billions designed for us, so we created our own. That’s how Black Women Talk Tech began. We created a tech conference designed specifically for Black women tech entrepreneurs to create a space where black women could for once, be seen and heard and have their ideas invested in. Our conference is now the largest convening of Black women tech entrepreneurs and technologists. Today, our mission is to help Black women dream big and build the next billion-dollar tech or scalable company.
Project Restart is a collaborative effort comprised of several Atlanta Area nonprofit partners, a financial institution and other agencies working toward one common goal: To reduce recidivism through providing a second chance for success. This is accomplished through providing participants who have a criminal record the opportunity to complete a multi-week self-exploration and training program. Upon participants completing the first phase of fundamental programming, each participant then commits to one of three pathways: Education, Employment or Entrepreneurship. After the second phase of programming is completed, participants will be matched with a mentor who will provide guidance and support. During the final phase of the program, participants have the opportunity to pitch for capital that will be used to finance their goals. This program is based on best practices and includes exploration of cognitive behavioral therapy, financial education, entrepreneurship training, mentorship, general life skills and connectivity to valuable supportive community services most needed by participants.