African Women Business Alliance: Unleashing African Women’s Economic Potential through Entrepreneurship.

Presenter: Nourah Yonous, Founder/Executive Director

www.africanwomenbusinessalliance.org

We provide African women immigrants/black women diaspora with holistic approach and culturally responsive-tools required to start, grow, and scale a small business through macro movement involving professional business development training, one-on-one mentorship, networking, on-going coaching, tailored workshops, marketplace, and access to seed capital.

Our Vision: To intentionally and authentically work in collaboration with other service providers, CBOs, state government, financial institutions, academic institutions, big businesses and grassroots entrepreneurs in closing both gender, and racial gap in business development for black women diaspora in Washington State.

Our Why: The business development/entrepreneurship field is not equally balanced for POC/immigrant women entrepreneurs. We seek to harness grassroots community’s strengths and assets for inclusive economy-by providing access and tools for business growth and sustainability. We seek to create an informed alliance and community for/by African women immigrants. We strongly believe in women’s economic independence and gender justice. We are motivated and fueled by the African woman’s resilience, ingenuity, and entrepreneurship spirit. We strongly believe that when women are well informed and are able to access tools required to unlock their full potential and growth, they become change agents in transforming their families and community at large. We seek to build capacity for transformational change with/for African Women Entrepreneurs.

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African Women Business Alliance: Unleashing African Women’s Economic Potential through Entrepreneurship.

Presenter: Nourah Yonous, Founder/Executive Director

www.africanwomenbusinessalliance.org

We provide African women immigrants/black women diaspora with holistic approach and culturally responsive-tools required to start, grow, and scale a small business through macro movement involving professional business development training, one-on-one mentorship, networking, on-going coaching, tailored workshops, marketplace, and access to seed capital.

Our Vision: To intentionally and authentically work in collaboration with other service providers, CBOs, state government, financial institutions, academic institutions, big businesses and grassroots entrepreneurs in closing both gender, and racial gap in business development for black women diaspora in Washington State.

Our Why: The business development/entrepreneurship field is not equally balanced for POC/immigrant women entrepreneurs. We seek to harness grassroots community’s strengths and assets for inclusive economy-by providing access and tools for business growth and sustainability. We seek to create an informed alliance and community for/by African women immigrants. We strongly believe in women’s economic independence and gender justice. We are motivated and fueled by the African woman’s resilience, ingenuity, and entrepreneurship spirit. We strongly believe that when women are well informed and are able to access tools required to unlock their full potential and growth, they become change agents in transforming their families and community at large. We seek to build capacity for transformational change with/for African Women Entrepreneurs.