We are pleased to announce that 540 Founder/Executive Director has joined the Board of Directors of the Venture Jobs Foundation
I am excited to announce that I have joined the Venture Jobs Foundation as a Director on the Board. In addition to this, I have began work as Facilitator-in-Training for the fourth cohort of the Venture Jobs Kitchen Accelerator. As part of this work I will be serving as the Social Media Manager of the Venture Jobs Foundation.
I am so grateful to have the opportunity to participate with this amazing organization that shares my goal of supporting entrepreneurs with marginalized identifies through venture capital development, job growth and economic development. I am confident that this collaboration will benefit 540WMain Communiversity, the community-at-large as well as economic growth and anti-poverty in the Susan B. Anthony Neighborhood.
“I am confident that this collaboration will benefit the community as well as economic growth and anti-poverty in the Susan B. Anthony District”
The Venture Jobs Foundation (VJF) invests in entrepreneurs to help them pursue their dreams, expanding small business ownership in challenged neighborhoods. The launch and growth of these locally owned enterprises fosters the creation of new, low and mid-skill jobs, stepping stones to building prosperity and dignity in underserved populations. All investing programs support this core mission. The foundation works to bring flexible investment structures appropriate for small businesses. The VJF supports early stage companies needing microloans.
Learn more: www.venturejobs.org
For 2019 our theme year’s theme is Purposeful Collaboration. I’ve tried to be very purposeful about what I take on professionally and say yes to. Collaborating with The Venture Jobs Foundation has happened organically and purposefully. It has been my goal to only take on opportunities that will foster my own professional growth and the growth of 540WMain. As always your continued support of my growth as Executive Director and of 540WMain as an organization means more than I can ever put into words.