Social Entrepreneurship - At Kinetic Potential, we believe those in challenging economic situations are also those that have the capacity to guide others out of the doldrums. Those from within the community know how to navigate their community better than anyone, engaging influencers, with the drive and spirit it takes to push forward, and fast. What they lack is a national platform through which they can:
As the new year evolves with ongoing challenges of the pandemic, various positive adaptions have occurred. There has been a newly elected multi-racial vice president which has enlightened the realm of opportunities for young girls across the United States. Women have excelled in society and the workplace including: scientific contributions to the Coronavirus vaccines, newly appointed officials and those placed in sports roles. Kinetic Potential Cares wanted to highlight these events during Black History Month by showcasing several Women Trailblazers who have excelled in the recent months.
To say 2020 was a “challenging” year understates things by an order of magnitude. It will go down in history as a disruptor of so much and to so many, adversely impacting almost every dimension of society from employment to education to healthcare. It is impossible not to be changed by such a historical event that - as of our writing at the start of 2021 - has claimed nearly 2 million lives globally, with almost 20% (400K) of those in the US. Even as vaccines start to flow into arms globally, it’s foolish to think we can get back to living our lives as if 2020 hadn’t occurred.