New Foundation Launched to Support Minority and Women Owners

Small business owners can overcome the challenges they face and play an important role in building the U.S. economy.

Melinda F. Emerson is an author, speaker and small business coach whose areas of expertise include small business start-ups, business development & social media marketing.

Known online as “SmallBizLady,” Melinda develops audio, video, and written content to assist her Fortune 500 clients to engage small business customers.

“I really wanted to create a way to affect more small business owners,” says Emerson. To achieve this goal, she’s launched The Melinda F. Emerson Foundation for Small Business Success.

The foundation is dedicated to helping small businesses not only survive but also thrive through a combination of technical support & education. Melinda’s goal when establishing this foundation was to enable more people to fulfill their dreams of being entrepreneurs by providing free tools, educational materials as well as educational opportunities for minority and women-owned businesses.

“This foundation will stand in the gap for minority and women owned business and provide access to executive education courses like the ones that helped me learn how to be a better business owner.”

Additionally, the foundation will support entrepreneurship educators, host mentorship events and provide the resources needed to help existing small business owners take their management and leadership skills to the next level.

 

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