Paying For Therapy For Black ParentPreneurs This Giving Tuesday

As you know, GivingTuesday is a global generosity movement that gives everyone the power to make a positive change in the lives of others and is something anyone can do.

At the ParentPreneur Foundation, my mission is to empower Black ParentPreneurs to be the best parent and entrepreneur possible, so they can leave a legacy for their beautiful Black children. Since I started the foundation four months ago with a $50,000 seed grant from Venture Capitalist, Brad Feld, I created $200,000 of value for members of our fast-growing community.


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In 3 Months We Have Positively Impacted The Lives Of Black ParentPreneurs

It’s been about three months since, in the middle of a pandemic, I launched the ParentPreneur Foundation to empower Black parents who are entrepreneurs, so they can leave a legacy for their beautiful Black children. We first announced a $50,000 seed grant from renowned venture capitalist, Brad Feld, and quickly awarded $10,000 in grants to ten outstanding Black ParentPreneurs.


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Celebrate Black Achievers Today, Not 50 Years From Now

Black folks, we love to celebrate the accomplishments of Black people from the past. Yesterday’s Google doodle is a perfect example of this.

I get it, it’s important to give our people props, especially when we weren’t getting them at the time. And some people need to look to the past for inspiration to reach a little higher with their aspirations.

Not all of us need to look to the past though to be the bosses the creator built us to be. Many of us are embracing the challenge of growing into the crown God placed above our heads and are doing our best to fulfill our calling.

But I don’t always see us keen to celebrate today’s Black achievers. Those of us who, despite incredible odds accomplish so much, all while being mothers, fathers, wives, and husbands. Taking incredible risks to be what we are supposed to be and contribute to humanity.

So please, let’s celebrate today’s Black achievers now. Patronize their businesses, share their accomplishments on social media, give them a kind word of support.

If you don’t know any people like this, you can start with these 10 amazing Black ParentPreneurs who received grants from my ParentPreneur Foundation.

Read this article. Take in their brilliance. Patronize their businesses. Share and tag your friends.

Let’s celebrate these great Black people today, not 50 years from now.

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I Sat Down With Brad Feld To Talk About His New Best-Selling Book

I am honored to call Brad Feld a friend. Brad is an influential venture capitalist and co-founder of one of the world’s best startup accelerators, Techstars. Brad’s foundation gave a $50,000 grant to the ParentPreneur Foundation to get it started.

Yesterday Brad released his latest book, The Startup Community Way, and it’s already an Amazon best seller across multiple categories. So when Brad asked me to talk with him about his book, I was excited to do so and share his words of wisdom with the ParentPreneur Foundation community.

Let’s get right to the interview!

Head over to the foundation blog to read the article.

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The ParentPreneur Foundation Gives $10,000 To Ten Black ParentPreneurs

Six years ago I had a dream to start a foundation to inspire ParentPreneurs to be the best parent and entrepreneur possible, but I thought it would happen after I sold my business.

Then four months ago, in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, I decided to do it now! And with a $50,000 founding grant from Brad Feld, renowned VC, co-founder of Techstars, and remarkable human, my dream is a reality! And I am in awe of what I have co-created with God’s help.

Today I am thrilled to announce the first ten Black ParentPreneurs to receive a grant from the ParentPreneur Foundation.


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Why My Foundation To Help ParentPreneurs Is For Black People Only

A few months ago I announced I’m starting a foundation to give cash grants and other resources to parents who are entrepreneurs. I know lots of ParentPreneurs: Black, white, and Asian who are experiencing the unique challenges of starting a business while raising kids.

It’s a different experience than the stereotypical-young-twenty-something, hoodie-wearing-white-kid in Silicon Valley with no kids.

But after the last few months, I decided the foundation will be for Black ParentPreneurs only.


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Karens Gone Wild, AGAIN. Next Time She Will Be In Bracelets.

A few hours after learning of the senseless murder of another Black man at the hands of the police two nights ago, right here in Atlanta, I was sitting in my backyard doing what I like to do: drinking a glass of wine, smoking a cigar, and listening to music.

It’s what I do-this time my girlfriend was with me though. The music wasn’t loud, it never is. Then we hear someone yelling at us.

Karen was back.

God damn.


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