Returning Women Who Enterprise is a cohort structured financial literacy and entrepreneurship program designed to aid women returning to their communities to build financial independence, and achieve entrepreneurial success. The program utilizes an original curriculum that provides financial planning tools and resources to promote entrepreneurship education. The program additionally uses community learning to ensure the development of soft and technical skills while participants re-adjust to society. Childcare is also provided to all participants.
Moms Who Enterprise is a cohort structured financial literacy and entrepreneurship program designed to help single moms take their finances and businesses to the next level. Utilizing the Walker’s Legacy Foundation (WLF) Mobile App, the program leverages both online and in-person learning model that provides access to financial planning tools and business education. Ranging from the beautician working out of her house, to the auto-mechanic with her own business, Moms Who Enterprise meets women where they are and enhances their business acumen to promote economic equity in their communities. Childcare is also provided to all participants.
Girls Who Enterprise is a boot camp that allows for young multicultural women ages 12-18 from low-income households to learn how they can be young business women and teenpreneurs (teen entrepreneurs).The youth in this program will explore entrepreneurship through collaborating and cultivating their leadership skills, business acumen, and bright business ideas. They will work through self-actualization modules to develop their business ideas, develop a business plan, and participate in a culminating pitch competition.