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Entrepreneurs of Color Fund expands to Washington D.C.



ImpactAlpha, February 12 – JPMorgan’s initiative to invest in minority entrepreneurs has launched in Washington, D.C. with $6.7 million in available funding. Capital Impact Partners and the D.C.-based Clark Foundation together contributed $3 million of the total, with the JPMorgan Chase Foundation investing the rest.

The Entrepreneurs of Color Fund was launched by JPMorgan in Detroit in 2015. That city’s fund has seen periodic infusions of capital that have helped it grow to $22 million. Similar funds have also been launched in Chicago, San Francisco and New York.

The initiative’s expansion in D.C. is part of JPMorgan’s Advancing Black Pathways program that aims to improve access to education and job training, build career opportunities and support wealth creation for black Americans. 

Advancing Black Pathways is being supported by a deep bench of advisors, including former Secretaries of State Colin Powell and Condoleezza Rice, Essence Ventures’ Richelieu Dennis and comedian Kevin Hart.

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