1 Million Cups communities aim to present an inclusive and supportive front door to their local entrepreneurial ecosystems. These qualities are essential for 1MC to fulfill its mission to educate, engage and connect entrepreneurs with their communities.
Andrew Kincius, Community Lead firstname.lastname@example.org
Ronda Taylor, Presenting Committee Member email@example.com
We believe that entrepreneurship is the best way to make dramatic positive impact on individuals, on local communities and around the world. Our vision is to make it possible for anyone to launch, grow and sustain an impactful business.
Jennifer Hall, Director of Marketing & New Initiatives firstname.lastname@example.org
Our entrepreneurship programs support Black and Latinx tech start-up founders to get them the resources, support and funding they need to build high-growth, high-scale tech companies.
Kelli Jones, Co-Founder/Co-CEO email@example.com
BOI's mission is to provide financing and access to business support services to advantage thousands of disadvantaged entrepreneurs, primarily entrepreneurs of color, women, veterans, justice-involved people, and people with different abilities.
Neil Metzger, REDi Program Manager firstname.lastname@example.org
The Indiana SBDC creates a positive and measurable impact on the formation, growth, and sustainability of Indiana’s small businesses by providing entrepreneurs expert guidance and a comprehensive network of resources.
Daniel Drexler, Regional Director email@example.com
The mission of the Edna Martin Christian Center is to bridge cultural, racial, and economic differences in order to support and nurture the people in the community by providing holistic programs that empower, encourage, and engender a vision of hope.
Immanuel Ivey, Senior Director of Workforce Development & Entrepreneurship firstname.lastname@example.org
Our mission is to serve as an information resource with developing Black Owned Businesses and educate and enhance the economic status of the Black Community while creating a positive community climate of intellectual exchange of goods and services with all businesses.
Larry Williams, Executive Director email@example.com
We determine our future through intergenerational relationships working as community that develops self-mastery and responsibility to community.
Imhotep Adisa, Executive Director firstname.lastname@example.org
The Office of Minority and Women Business Development (OMWBD) is committed to serving businesses owned by minorities, women, veterans, and people with ADA disabilities. The agency helps you access contract opportunities from the city, county, municipal, and privately funded projects in Central Indiana.
Ava Y. Taylor, GIPC Ava.Taylor@indy.gov
Mission: to create an environment where neighborhood entrepreneurs and businesses can start, sustain, and thrive.
Steve Thrash, Executive Director email@example.com
The Startup Accelerator dba the Speak Easy is a community, an entrepreneur support organization, and a gathering place. Our purpose is to enable aspiring founders in Central Indiana to explore hunches, innovate, and launch new businesses that support our local community and regional economy.
TJ Wright, Executive Director firstname.lastname@example.org
The Startup Ladies is a membership organization that identifies, educates, connects, and increases investment in women entrepreneurs starting up and scaling businesses. All genders welcome!
Kristen Cooper, CEO & Founder email@example.com