In the world of social entrepreneurship, taking risks and believing in oneself is essential for success. As a Black and Brown social entrepreneur, betting on yourself becomes even more significant. It's about defying societal expectations, overcoming obstacles, and creating opportunities.
Represented Foundation seeks to provide social entrepreneurs with the clarity and knowledge to turn their passions for healing their own communities into careers. Join us during our upcoming office hours event and explore the importance of betting on yourself!
Betting on yourself as a Black and Brown social entrepreneur starts with embracing self-confidence. Recognize the unique perspectives and experiences that you bring to the table. Believe in your abilities, skills, and ideas.
Society often imposes limiting stereotypes on Black and Brown social entrepreneurs, suggesting that success is elusive. Betting on yourself means challenging these stereotypes and proving them wrong. It's about embracing your individuality, breaking free from preconceived notions, and redefining what is possible. By doing so, you inspire others and become a role model for aspiring entrepreneurs.
Betting on yourself as a Black and Brown social entrepreneur is a courageous act that paves the way for success and empowerment. Our upcoming networking event provides the perfect platform for you to connect with a supportive community of like-minded individuals and take a step towards your social entrepreneurial dreams. Remember, by betting on yourself, you inspire others, break barriers, and create a path for future generations of Black and Brown social entrepreneurs to follow.
Continue betting on yourself and join us this coming Tuesday May 30th. From 6:00 to 7:30 pm, meet us at Company Ventures (Madison ave @ 43rd Street), 2nd floor, 10017.
Our Office Hours are a Q&A Panel and Networking Event where Black and Brown social entrepreneurs receive guidance from technical experts. This month, we will answer all of your legal, accounting and operations questions!
Represented Foundation's mission is to close the diversity gap in social impact leadership.