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Episode 119: The 4 Key Ingredients for Building Health Equity Work that Can Get Funded

February 09, 2022 Dr. Omolara Thomas Uwemedimo
Episode 119: The 4 Key Ingredients for Building Health Equity Work that Can Get Funded
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Funding Your Healthcare Vision
Episode 119: The 4 Key Ingredients for Building Health Equity Work that Can Get Funded
Feb 09, 2022
Dr. Omolara Thomas Uwemedimo

When we think about entrepreneurship, we think bootstrapping. We’re so used to having or using the least amount of resources from our own pockets or paychecks to make things happen. But, think about it… who does that serve?  When it comes to entrepreneurship funding and evaluation need to be thought of as a key part of the work you do to build a business. 

In our FREE Stop Waiting & Start Creating workshop, Dr. Omolara — who has won six-figure funding for two successful social enterprises — teaches you how your social impact business or practice idea or vision CAN be primed for maximum funding opportunities.  

When people spend money on something they don’t just want to spend, they want to invest. That’s why this episode focuses on thinking about ways that we not just do the work of creating a business, but make sure your efforts and ideas attract social investors so your business can be sustainable. And, in order to attract those investors, you need to deeply evaluate your social impact entrepreneurship venture. 

What You’ll Learn From This Episode:

  • How to make sure you create a social impact business that is valuable 
  • How to ensure your social impact business is viable
  • How to create a novel social impact business that is sustainable and verifiable 
  • Ways to position your social entrepreneurship venture as a scalable and visionary business 

…and much more!

Be sure to tune in to all the episodes to receive tons of practical tips on empowering Black, LatinX, and Indigenous women in medicine to create sustainable health equity initiatives, opportunities, and entrepreneurship that get funded. 

Thank you for listening! If you enjoyed this episode, take a screenshot of the episode to post in your stories and tag me!  And don’t forget to subscribe, rate and review the podcast and tell me your key takeaways!

Don’t forget, you can complete our Discovery Form so we can learn how the Melanin & Medicine team can support you to plan, build, fund, or grow your healthcare practice or consulting firm to serve diverse, underserved communities.

Learn more about Melanin & Medicine and Omolara at: https://melaninmedicine.buzzsprout.com/

CONNECT WITH DR. OMOLARA UWEMEDIMO MD, MPH:

Our new website has launched! Head on over to melaninandmedicine.co to take a look and tap into all of our resources at Melanin & Medicine.

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https://www.wgbh.org/news/local-news/2022/02/02/neo-nazis-target-anti-racist-doctors-at-brigham-and-womens-hospital-calling-them-anti-white

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Show Notes

When we think about entrepreneurship, we think bootstrapping. We’re so used to having or using the least amount of resources from our own pockets or paychecks to make things happen. But, think about it… who does that serve?  When it comes to entrepreneurship funding and evaluation need to be thought of as a key part of the work you do to build a business. 

In our FREE Stop Waiting & Start Creating workshop, Dr. Omolara — who has won six-figure funding for two successful social enterprises — teaches you how your social impact business or practice idea or vision CAN be primed for maximum funding opportunities.  

When people spend money on something they don’t just want to spend, they want to invest. That’s why this episode focuses on thinking about ways that we not just do the work of creating a business, but make sure your efforts and ideas attract social investors so your business can be sustainable. And, in order to attract those investors, you need to deeply evaluate your social impact entrepreneurship venture. 

What You’ll Learn From This Episode:

  • How to make sure you create a social impact business that is valuable 
  • How to ensure your social impact business is viable
  • How to create a novel social impact business that is sustainable and verifiable 
  • Ways to position your social entrepreneurship venture as a scalable and visionary business 

…and much more!

Be sure to tune in to all the episodes to receive tons of practical tips on empowering Black, LatinX, and Indigenous women in medicine to create sustainable health equity initiatives, opportunities, and entrepreneurship that get funded. 

Thank you for listening! If you enjoyed this episode, take a screenshot of the episode to post in your stories and tag me!  And don’t forget to subscribe, rate and review the podcast and tell me your key takeaways!

Don’t forget, you can complete our Discovery Form so we can learn how the Melanin & Medicine team can support you to plan, build, fund, or grow your healthcare practice or consulting firm to serve diverse, underserved communities.

Learn more about Melanin & Medicine and Omolara at: https://melaninmedicine.buzzsprout.com/

CONNECT WITH DR. OMOLARA UWEMEDIMO MD, MPH:

Our new website has launched! Head on over to melaninandmedicine.co to take a look and tap into all of our resources at Melanin & Medicine.

LINKS MENTIONED

https://www.wgbh.org/news/local-news/2022/02/02/neo-nazis-target-anti-racist-doctors-at-brigham-and-womens-hospital-calling-them-anti-white

Don’t forget to subscribe, rate and review the podcast and tell us your key takeaways!

CONNECT WITH US!

Instagram

LinkedIn

Twitter