Marjorie has extensive experience delivering operational and bottom-line value for businesses and non-profits by cultivating corporate partnerships, strategy development, and program management. Marjorie is focused on helping to break down institutional barriers to scale and barriers to capital for women and people of color in entrepreneurship. At SoGal, she won a grant from Walmart.org’s Center for Racial Equity to launch a new national training program to help Black entrepreneurs connect to capital as a part of the Black Founder Startup Grant initiative. The partnerships she has acquired have empowered over 100 Black female and nonbinary early-stage business owners.
Marjorie has managed over $26M in capital for some of the world’s best not-for-profit and social impact organizations like Habitat for Humanity International. She gained her program management expertise from working at Accenture consulting at the launch of her professional career. Accenture first ignited her passion for innovation. Then, she journeyed to work for organizations like TechStars and Aperture Venture capital to continue to be a part of diverse teams and companies that ultimately change the world.
She graduated from Howard University’s School of Business and is pursuing her Master’s Degree.
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