New Economy Washington Frontline Community Fellows
In partnership with Front and Centered, and originally funded by Communities of Opportunity, the New Economy Washington (NEW) Frontline Community Fellowship program supports entrepreneurs from communities of color who are integrating the principles and practice of a Just Transition. Each fellowship project aims to have a community impact; demonstrates core principles of democracy and self-determination, environmental sustainability, and equity; and creates shared economic well-being for communities. The collective vision is bold, innovating and originating out of BIPOC communities, supported by a growing community of BIPOC thought partners, social impact entrepreneurs, investors for good, policy advocates, and creatives.
Each cohort is chosen by a selection committee. The selection committee members provided the community insight and perspectives necessary to the Fellowship program’s success.
2022 Frontline Community Fellows
2021 Frontline Community Fellows
Njuguna’s Program Description
Plant Based Food Share
Restaurant 2 Garden