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Small business plays a large role in job creation and economic growth. Black women are the fastest-growing group creating small businesses and are creating businesses with no access to capital. We need to ensure Black women entrepreneurs can secure financial resources to reach their potential.
Minorities makeup 40 percent of the U.S. population but only own 20 percent of employer businesses. It is imperative that Black women entrepreneurs have the information, relationships, and resources to launch successful firms.
We want to ignite a movement to provide capital to Black women entrepreneurs in Indiana. Corporations, venture capitalists, and banks are not servicing this group. We need drastic changes to occur so Black women-owned businesses can start, grow, and thrive.
Linda Diakite Karressy
Outsource CFO, Accounting Coach, Business Advisor
Founder of Insight Financial Group and Insight Business Academy. We provide value-added accounting services to service-based small businesses and nonprofits. We not only do the accounting but teach clients growth strategies. My motto is keep accounting simple. We created Sister Alliance to provide a space for Black women to share, be encouraged, and supported in their entrepreneur journey.
Executive Director at Youth Legacy Foundation
Sister’s Alliance, Co-founder
Sister’s Alliance, Project Management Intern
Currently on track to graduate from Anderson University’s residential MBA program this upcoming May, I plan to continue my career in a marketing role where creativity and innovativeness is allowed and encouraged.