Nothing About Us Without US

We are building a global multi-ethnic community & resource network of Social Impact Investors & Entrepreneurs focused on lasting change solutions that meet the basic needs of the world’s most marginalized.

Our Manifesto

We believe the world of social entrepreneurship, venture capital, and philanthropy though more progressive than traditional systems, is however not so different in its lack of diversity. We believe in solutions led by women, People of Color, and LGBTQ founders. We believe social impact should be as core to the investment formula just as much as profit margins. We believe in helping 21st century leaders focused on lasting change solutions tackle pressing needs for the world’s most marginalized. We believe impact must first demonstrate that inclusion is more than a politically correct nicety. We believe diversity of perspectives & backgrounds at the table, has the potential to bring diverse strengths to management of funding, scalability & company structure that inspire & build more impact companies around the world. We believe “Nothing About Us Without Us” is key to building lasting change that goes to scale.

News

Our Latest

  • Dr. King’s Letter From Birmingham and Why We (Still) Can’t Wait
    Book/Music Vibe: Book: Why We Can’t Wait, Dr. Martin Luther King. New York: Signet Classics, 1964. 206 pages. X Music: Seven Steps to Heaven, Miles Davis. As we arrive to another dawn of MLK Jr. Day, it led me to reflect (like many others) on the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Recently, I finished…
  • I’m Marc Carr, Social Justice Warrior, and this ‘How I Rise’
    Marc Carr grew up in Jennings, Mo., a suburb of St. Louis not far from Ferguson. His passion for social justice and entrepreneurship has led him to work on civil rights campaigns in the Deep South and organize community forums in the U.S. and West Africa. Currently, Marc is the Program Director for Impact Hub…
  • Recap of USAID’s Inaugural Global Innovation Week Kickoff
    “Innovation is making the impossible, possible, the unsolvable, solvable. And of course, nowhere is this more true than in the area of international development, where technology and new thinking are enabling us to reinvent how we go about fulfilling our mission.” These remarks, delivered by U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) Administrator, Mark Green, kicked…

Join In Us In Making Good Trouble

With the aim of helping as many Social Impact Investors & Entrepreneurs as possible, we are always looking to connect with folks enthusiastic about making good trouble. Please contact us for more info.

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