Updated: Jan 24
Seeds of Fortune Inc. Scholars programs seek to financially empower young women of color by helping them apply for college scholarships, as well as teach career, educational, and financial management skills.
Our Offered Programs
Seeds Scholars High School Program: Launched in 2014, we serve young women in finding in understanding and handling financial, educational, and career matters.
Seed University: Launched in 2016, we grant our High School Seed Alumni the opportunity to maintain valuable skills in career and financial skills until they graduate from college.
Seed Online High School College Prep Network: Launched in 2020, we have 450+ young women across the country in the monetary and college process online.
Being A Seed Investor
A Seed Investor is someone who is compassionate about giving opportunities to young women, who, as a result, will construct a career path, gain access to higher education, and assemble her financial acumen. All this can occur through individuals who are dedicated to investing in these young women and are looking to witness this rise in them. Donors have the ability to contribute to the programs listed above.
Our Seed Investors for 2021
We’d like to thank these successful and established individuals for giving back to their community by establishing opportunities for our colored women. By investing, they have become a part of SeedsOfFortune inc, and a part of the journeys of our scholars.
Institutional Sales Support Coordinator at Capital Group | American Funds
Bank of America
Mount Sinai Health System
Asylum Seeker Advocacy Project (ASAP)
Deputy Commissioner for the Office of Financial Empowerment
Julian Addy Realtor with Boston Trust Realty Group
Director of Operations Fellow
Karen Boykin Towns
Fit for Life
Director at New York Life Investments
Elissa Ellis Sangster
VP, Sales, Affective Markets
BMO Capital Markets
Kerry Krystal Stark