MPAC Helps Open NJ's First Minority Business Center
Updated: Jul 20, 2022
President and MPAC's new Web 3 Developer/South American Community Lead pictured here standing with Della Clark, chief executive officer of The Enterprise Center of Philadelphia. She speaks at the opening of The Enterprise Center of New Jersey, the state's first Minority Business Development Agency office, in Camden, N.J., on Dec. 13, 2021. Also pictures, US Senator Booker (D-NJ). MPAC has written policy suggestions to Local, State, and Federal authorities on numerous issues including SMB development, Minority Business, Black, Brown, and BIPOC Business Affairs, Women in Business, Veterans Business Affairs, Environmental, and Cannabis Policy incorporated by various levels of Government. MPAC met with the Senator's office various times to encourage his support of this Center.
While The Federal Government supported the first Public, Private, and Philanthropic Partnership in State history at MPAC's suggestion, The Feds still owe the people $100M-$1B for Minority Business output for a Digital infrastructure and programmatic capital investments into our businesses. We won't stop until the work is done. Sincere gratitude and credit to the lovely women of The Enterprise Center, pushing our community's entrepreneurs forward.