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The S&P 500, one of the most commonly traded indices on the stock exchange, holds 500 leading publicly traded companies. Collectively, these companies make up over 5,500 board members.  Only 4% of these members are black women. 


Building Business Leaders

Our Business & Financial Literacy Program teaches girls the alliance between business, economics, and finance even when these areas are not of particular interest.


Students are graduating with a surplus of debt, bad credit sets back financial advancement, and good credit is not sufficiently leveraged. 

No matter your career path, become too an Entrepreneur

  • How wealthy people use business, finance, and economics

  • Branding and Marketing

  • Closing an opportunity

  • Employee vs Employer 

  • The effects of taxation

  • Defining leverage, when, and how to use it

  • Continuing self-education

Join one of our workshops. Start today in building a healthy professional future. 


The Facts About Financial Literacy

  • Over 54% of undergraduate college graduates have large student debt.

  • 7 in 10 college students damage their credit immediately after or by graduation.

  • Over 60% of adults don't start investing in a retirement plan until after 30 years of age or not at all.

  • The average age of a first-time home buyer is 33.

  • The largest spending allocation of income is TAXES.

  • Over 60% of college students graduate with over $1,000 saved AND 40% graduate with less than $100 in savings.

  • 90% of American billionaires are self-made

  • Only 13% of billionaires in the US are women.

  • You need at least $1 million to be a top 10% income earner.




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