Sister Accord Foundation reveals first female-centric accelerator cohort
A Mason-based nonprofit is moving forward with its first accelerator program designed to support female entrepreneurs.
The Sister Accord Foundation, led by founder Sonia Jackson Myles, recently announced the five entrepreneurs who will make up its first cohort. Each entrepreneur will receive a $10,000 grant, business education and mentorship from Myles and Jean Freeman, CEO and principal of Los Angeles-based advertising agency Zambezi. (Zambezi is providing $50,000 to launch the accelerator.)
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Written by Meg Erpenbeck.
Originally published May 9, 2022.
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