Two weeks notice provides a forum for women of the African Diaspora to blossom and share their talents with the world. I know for a fact that for Mutale that this is a labor of love, and that her passion and expertise make her a perfect vessel for the kind of help that she provides to women to need it. Mutale convinces everyone that she speaks with that this project means a great deal to her, and I personally believe that with the resources that F6S has to offer that Two Weeks Notice has the potential to create ripples that will be felt a world away.
Mutale's voice and vision is exactly what the world needs to expand the work needed to help more entrepreneurs. The only reason why there aren't more entrepreneurs is because we can't see, hear and/or touch them. Well, here's a chance to do all 3 and include yourself in the space of becoming that incredible entrepreneur. Able to monetize and your scale your creation. Wait nolonger, the Two Weeks Notice is here.
This is not just a creative idea, it's way more than that. It's essential !!! And it should happen as soon as possible!! Just the way there are incredibly talented actors who never get past waiting tables in NYC, there are amazing minds out there - women of color - who would now have access to being recognized . By simply opening this door, this network will provide new ideas, new thoughts, new faces. And at the same time, it can actually act as a vehicle for entrepreneurs. It is very exciting and I cannot wait for it to get started!!!
Game-changing organizations rewrite traditional playbooks. The stand out! They often create disproportionate value relative to their size and resources. They have big dreams but know how to get things done. Two Weeks Notice embodies this breakaway spirit creatring a road map for success targeting black women across the globe. An online entrepreneurial channel for African female founders is most relevant and urgent in the 21st century. Two Weeks Notice is on a mission to integrate the hard and soft sides of leadership into a powerful formula that makes these entrepreneurial women game-changers. Great things lie ahead.
Black women are starting businesses faster than most any other subgroup in the U.S. right now. We have the ideas, the drive, the education and the commitment but often lack the resources and support we need to enjoy sustained success. It's (long past) time to change that. That's why I support Two Weeks Notice.
Please support Two Weeks Notice to help give a voice and chance to women entrepreneurs in the start-up space. It's important to have some fresh stories and ideas come out of underrepresented communities to help make our world a better place.
Major challenges that are stopping women of African decent from becoming business leaders is the lack of funding, access to relevant tailored information, and tools for confidence building as well as mentoring.
Two Weeks Notice has an in depth understanding of these issues and an intimate knowledge of what it means to be a business woman of African decent. This organization truly has the power to close the entrepreneurship gap for these women and get them involved in building successful businesses. This also means building economies which in turn gets thousands of families out of poverty. I am inspired by Two Weeks Notice and could not recommend them more. They areally led by a truly awe inspiring woman of African decent.
I think this entire initiative is dynamics and will allow women of color to pursue their dreams. I applaud you for your dedication, your creativity and ability to put this program into the world and allow black/Latino women to let their light shine. This will change lives forever, keep up the amazing work!
Two Weeks Notice offers a service that will undoubtedly help in getting minority women more comfortable and equipped to enter and thrive in the technology space of business. I am exited about what the company will bring to the table. I fully recommend Two Weeks Notice!
Two Weeks Notice promises to decode the start up process and in doing so giving young dreamers of African descent access to the information they need to build game changing tech companies. Good Luck Misss Nkonde, never stop moving forward.
I HAD THE PRIVILEGE OF ATTENDING ONE OF MUTALE'S EVENT, THIS WAS A WONDERFUL WORKSHOP AND CONVERSATION WITH WOMEN IN TECH. IF MORE PROGRAMS LKE THIS EXISTED, WOMEN OF DIASPORA DECENT WOULD BE ABLE TO NAVIGATE THRU ALL OF THE RESOURCES AND INFORMATION OUT THERE...IT WOULD MAKE IT EASIER FOR US/THEM/ME TO TRANSITION INTO ENTREPRENEURSHIP. BEST OF LUCK
I recommend this initiative because it is critically important that we help facilitate technology and entrepreneurial access for all people. Currently, the entrepreneurial and literal capital is controlled by too few. Initiatives like these help ensure better access and the creation of more diverse solutions.
I believe in this concept because more initiatives like this are needed to uplift women of African descent who have been historically oppressed and marginalized. I commend the founder, Mutale Nknode, for her efforts and I hope she receives the support she needs.
This is the age of information. Creating a conduit for women to have information on how to get started in business is an amazing opportunity. Women are the backbone of our communities and so many have great ideas that need to be fostered. I am ready to give my TWO WEEKS NOTICE!
Hi! Thank you so much for making this program! I've been trying to gather the tools I need to start a business but with no connections or resources, it's been difficult navigating thru these waters. I'm looking forward to getting involved with 2WN and putting to use the knowledge I glean from it. Thanks again!
A community of African and African American women is essential to expanding the tech and business world. There is a ton of potential and great ideas out there, and connecting people with different talents and resources is an innovative way to incite diversity. Two Weeks Notice is long overdue!
Organizations like Two Weeks Notice are necessary to provide education, tools and networks to women of African descent who are often under-served and under-represented in the tech fields. Without coordinated efforts like this the tech community will not be able to meet important 21st century diversity goals.
Two Week Notice focuses on the key competences necessary for entrepreneurial success: clear vision, a strong network, a compelling narrative, and implementing a process for success. Ending the gender gap in technology and wealth is not only does social good, but adds to a society's human capital. As University of Michigan Professor Scott Page points out, economic development and advance problem-solving relies on diversity, in all forms. Mutale and Two Week Notice has a mission that contribute to that formula for success.
I had the opportunity to meet and speak with Mutale Nkonde, who is very easy to speak to for hours on end. As a young black woman, I think this is a great initiative to create a space for black women in tech and reach out to other black women interested in joining this field. Please support this cause!
I can't wait for Two Weeks Notice to decode the start up process. Having the idea is not enough knowing how to execute is key. Mutale is an amazing videographer and community builder and this company is the perfect place for her to combine her talents,
Two Weeks.Notice, is much needed to continue being that voice in the community also nationwide for Empowerment.
The vehicle used will continue to be a catalyst s for social change by the commencement of business development and startups .
I look forward to seeing Explosive Results from Two Weeks Notice.
Entrepreneurs, in addition to financial support, need social and political capital. Two Weeks Notice can marry strong firms and leaders with the necessary external supports needed to build capacity. For communities of color in particular and for small firms more broadly, this type of conduit is a lifeline between failure and sustainability.
The ability for African Females to connect with other like minded entrepreneurial individuals is important for the growth of the African economy. What Two Weeks Notice is set forth to provide a community where women can engage and exchange ideas and resources to promote goods and services. I look forward to seeing the maturation of Two Weeks Notice and the great good it will provide many individuals.
We live in an information age and so to survive in it today, you need to become an entrepreneur and you learn this through becoming action oriented and following your dreams. Learning how others did is a powerful way of doing as you are learning from others who walk the talk. Highly recommended platform for networking.