Founded in 2020, Nobellum is a non-profit social and technology enterprise dedicated to carving out a space in the technology industry for Black founders in STEM.
We are a community of Black and Indigenous People of Color who believe that the time to break into the tech industry is now.
Together, we are building an ecosystem to usher in a new era of Black-owned businesses in Science, Technology, Engineering & Math (STEM).Initiatives
National Economic Development Program
3 Channels of Impact
Annual Innovathon pitch where young professionals will showcase their ideas for a chance to win up to $20,000 in startup funds.
Innovator Bridging Program (IBP)
A series of workshops to train, mentor, and incubate aspiring entrepreneurs. Winners of the Innovathon will participate in a series of workshops where they will learn how to grow their idea in to a business. Our workshops will cover the essentials of entrepreneurship and include sections on business planning, marketing, technology, commercialization and professional development. Workshops will be delivered by partner institutions and grassroot community organizers.
The Nobel-Hub app is a digital ecosystem of Black owned businesses. This ecosystem will offer support, services and mentorship for the participants of our programs.
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If you want to go fast, go alone
If you want to go far, go together.
I have always understood and respected the power behind unity. Nobellum is a Social Enterprise that creates impact through a collective movement. We focus on uplifting the Black community to create lasting socioeconomic change.
Before joining Nobellum, I asked myself one crucial question. . Does the fear outweigh the opportunity? I found myself plunging into the deep end with no tech background, yet I felt inclined to transition myself into the realm of STEM because I strongly believe the world is heading in this direction. I am grateful for the opportunity to join an organization with other like minded professionals who are looking to break the stigma associated with tech.
Melisa, our founder, and I became good friends in college. We both went to Sheridan. Often, she would speak about her aspirations and ideas for an organization that would impact the black community. I immediately saw her vision and wanted to join her in creating such an impactful initiative. Catalyst organizations such as Nobellum are needed to seek change in the BIPOC community. I believe it will not only create opportunities for Black and minority entrepreneurs but also lead an impact that transcends generations. I am extremely humbled and privileged to be a part of it and I look forward to being able to witness it blossoming.