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Founded in 2020, Southfield-based nonprofit A Girl Like Me Inc. has quickly created a safe, nonjudgmental space for girls and women. By offering mentorship, resources and education, they support teenage mothers and other girls and young women, ages 11 to 25. “It’s been a great response,” says founder Tyra...
Regina Ann Campbell
This Detroit native heads the Corktown-based incubator that supports and champions the entrepreneurial spirit.
Fresh Perspectives Seminars
‘By accident,’ this mom and author started a program that helps ensure students enter college empowered and debt free – and exit with real-world career prospects.
Community Foundation of Greater Flint
This Flint community leader heads a public charity determined to bridge the gap between philanthropists and community.
Racheal Allen
This Marygrove alumna has returned to the campus to continue the institution’s legacy of educating the community and preserving history.
Pure Heart Foundation
As a child, both of this millennial’s parents were imprisoned. Now grown, she’s created an organization that provides children of the incarcerated with essential resources meant to break the cycle of generational incarceration.
The Color of Autism
This mother’s son was diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder, which led her to form a support system for African American parents and families also affected by autism.
This Tallahassee native heads a member association that nurtures southeast Michigan’s arts and cultural organizations.
Hydrate Detroit
With a belief that safe and affordable water is a basic human right, this activist works to prevent water shutoffs and change policy in Detroit.
Allandra Bulger
This Oakland University graduate has made a career of supporting nonprofits – and, in her newest role, she’s creating an environment where the city’s organizations support each other.
We the People of Detroit
This Tennessean turned Detroiter spent much of her life fighting for human rights, so when she saw Detroiters struggling with water access she stood up for them.
Detroit Impact
This native Detroiter knows the importance of youth and giving back to your community, which is why he works to help young people succeed in the city he grew up in.