The global collective for women of color and Google will partner to provide free digital coaching program for underserved communities in Washington, DC
Walker’s Legacy will be the Google DC partner in the launch of its Digital Coaching Program on May 4, 2017. The program offers free digital business coaching workshops in nine national metro areas including Washington, DC New York City, Bay Area, Los Angeles, Atlanta, Austin, Detroit, Chicago, and Miami and is designed to help empower entrepreneurs of color by leveraging technology tools
The event, held in tandem with National Walker’s Legacy Day, will announce the launch of the Google Digital Coaching program that connects small business owners with the tools and resources needed to take their businesses online.
To further celebrate the District’s role in supporting minority businesses and technology, the program will be hosted at the new In3 Incubator DC’s first community space dedicated to inclusion, innovation, and incubation on the campus of Howard University.
“We’re proud to act as the DC partner for the launch of the Google Digital Coach Program to further celebrate these contributions and present an additional resource for business owners in underserved communities.” Natalie Madeira Cofield, Founder and CEO of Walker’s Legacy
Attendees will learn more about free Google digital training workshops and Walker’s Legacy entrepreneurship resources for multicultural women entrepreneurs. Remarks will be provided by Natalie Cofield, Founder & CEO, Walker’s Legacy; Aisha Taylor, Strategic Partnerships Lead, Google; and Starr Barbour, Founder, STILLGOING and Spring 2017 PROSPECTUS $5,000 Pitch Competition.
The program will be held on Thursday, May 4, 2017, from 6:30 am – 8:30 pm at In3 Incubator, 2301 Georgia Ave, Washington DC 20001. To learn more and register click here.