Judges include, Mandy Bowman, Steve Canal, Roby Mercharles and program alumnis: Nancey Harris + Tracy Vontelle Greene.
An established HBCU educator and technology entrepreneur with nearly two decades of experience at the intersection of innovation, business, and higher education, Dr. Warner brings a unique mix of first-hand and administrative leadership to his work of increasing opportunity for students and professionals.
Vontélle was founded to satisfy the demand for better-fitting vibrant, luxury eyewear designed and handcrafted to pay homage to the African, Caribbean and Latin diaspora.
Through FLOURYSH, we have created a platform that helps consumers discover and support Black-owned brands. These brands have access to a private community of other Black-owned brands, as well as, eCommerce experts, and industry professionals that can help them scale their businesses.
Three grant recipients – including a luxury jeweler, drone pilot, and speech therapist – will receive $50,000 each and mentorship from the National Black Chamber of Commerce
Famous Amos® and the National Black Chamber of Commerce (NBCC) hosted an Info Session to coincide with the return of 'Ingredients for Success'! Thank you for joining us for the virtual event which had the goal of informing, engaging and supporting IFS program applicants.