The Queen Collaborative
The Queen Collaborative Program
To educate Women of Color on the basic principles of leadership and entrepreneurship instructed by Black Women leaders/entrepreneurs
This program is a 6-week virtual program, 2 hours per week. The takeaways from the program included:
•Leadership Oakland Certificate of Completion
•Gained knowledge from experts in the field
•Access to LO network for connections and resources
The Queen Collaborative Program
September 29, 2022 – November 3, 2022
Application Due: September 9, 2022
For more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Queen Collaborative Program is hosted by Dr. Kordilia Noble
With more than 20 years’ experience in career coaching, workforce development & higher education, Dr. Noble is a strong leader. Leadership is about empathy. It is about having the ability to relate and connect with individuals for inspiring and empowering. This is the passion that fuels the fire for this amazing program. Besides mentorship and career coaching, Dr. Noble supports the community by educating Women of Color on the fundamentals of leadership and entrepreneurship. Welcome to The Queen Collaborative!
WEEK ONE: Thursday 9/29/22 – 10:00 am – Noon
MINDSET MATTERS – Jocelyn Giangrande, M.A., SPHR, CCDP
Nationally Known Diversity & Inclusion Expert, Author of What’s In Your Sandwich? 10 Surefire Ingredients for Career Success
Leadership & Perseverance for Entrepreneurship
The importance of leadership skills & maintaining focus
WEEK TWO: Thursday 10/6/22 – 10:00 am – Noon
THE BEGINNING – Renate Matthews
Business and Entrepreneurship Teacher, Founder of S.Y.N.C. (Strategic Youth Networking Community ~ sync-e3.com)
Where do I start? How do I determine my niche?
- Types of entrepreneurship
- Identify the problem that needs to be solved
- Know your strengths/channel your creativity
WEEK THREE: Thursday 10/13/22 – 10:00 am – Noon
MARKETING STRATEGIES – Tisha Hammond
The Small Business Cheerleader * Chief Community Activator at Career Mastered Magazine
Discussion on methods of how to market products
- Platforms, audience, modes of communication
- Researching your market
WEEK FOUR: Thursday 10/20/22 – 10:00 am – Noon
LET’S GET LEGAL – April McKie, Esq.
Business Attorney and Coach
Business License Process
Contracts for Business
WEEK FIVE: Thursday 10/27/22 – 10:00 am – Noon
I NEED MONEY – Nicole Freeman-Kirkland
Certified Public Accountant; CEO of By The Numberz CPA, PLLC
I Need Money, how to be prepared for investors and funding
- Accounting – Best practices for accounting systems
- Financial Statements – what they are and understanding what they say about your business
- Knowing your ask – Projected Financials, Sources of Funding, Funding requirements
- Maintaining ownership of your business – what to look out for in negotiations with investors and venture capitalist
WEEK SIX: Thursday 11/3/22 – 10:00 am – Noon
OK LET’S DO IT!!! – Camille Jamerson
C.E.M®, Mogul Maker | Biz Consultant| Political & Digital Strategist |PR/Storyteller| Branding| Crisis/Change Mgmt| L.I.O.N | Fmr. Corporate & Political Chief of Staff
Implementation w/tips and best practices to stay afloat
- Build your network
- Maximize your productivity
- Optimize your routine
- Embrace both success and failure
SELF-CARE FOR ENTREPRENEURS! – Angela T. Moore
Founder & CEO, The Body Principle | Radio Host | Keynote Speaker | Integrative Health Expert | NASM Master Trainer
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