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Boss Women Media's Black Girl Magic Digital Summit Returns with 100,000 Fundings for Black Female Business Owners

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Boss Women Media, Amazon’s Black Business Accelerator (BBA) and Capital One have teamed up to award $100,000 in grants to black female founders at the Black Girl Magic Summit in time for Black Business Month of entrepreneurs.

Boss Women Media’s Black Girl Magic Summit returns for its fourth consecutive year of programming and will premiere on Prime Video on Saturday, August 27 at 2pm CST. The collective partnered with Amazon’s Black Business Accelerator (BBA) and Captial One to showcase inspiring conversations with black female entrepreneurs and leaders.

The panel session was pre-taped on July 26th at Brigid Coulter’s Blackbird House in Los Angeles. Black female students from the Amazon Studios Howard Entertainment Program participated in person at the Blackbird House as a live audience for the summit. Women in attendance met speakers and influencers, making her day full of connections and conversations.Featured speakers at this year’s summit include Allyson Felix, Meena Harris, Aurora James, and her Amazon series HaremMegan Goode.

Boss Women Media, founded by Marty McDonald in 2018, is an online membership and education community. Create an event experience for women to connect through summits, conferences and networking opportunities. The Digital Summit exists to educate, empower and empower black women by sharing resources and stories and building a strong community of allies.

Capital One partnered with Boss Women Media for the Digital Summit, activating a network of executives, community partners, finance and career professionals to promote economic well-being, career development, socio-economic mobility, We talked about small business success and more.

“At Capital One, we recognize the powerful impact of black women on the workplace, economy and society. We are excited to start,” said Theresita Richard, managing vice president of diversity, inclusion and belonging at Capital One.

The partnership expands on Capital One’s Impact Initiative, which supports organizations that invest in underserved communities and businesses to expand economic opportunity. Capital One Business also sponsored the Black Girl Magic Summit pitch competition, giving her $100,000 in grants to her three female-owned small businesses, up from $50,000 in 2021. increase.

Boss Women Media also partnered with Tai Beauchamp, Lady Jade, Codie Oliver and Mattie James as brand ambassadors for the summit. Each of these influential women will host watch parties in the cities of Los Angeles, Dallas and Atlanta to promote the summit premiere and support women of color in their communities.

“We are so excited to bring the Black Girl Magic Summit an amazing year of programming and content to women in the United States and around the world. Amazon’s Black Business Accelerator is a key partner for us. Their continued dedication to the development of , allows us to bring dynamic speakers and experiences, accessible to nearly everyone through Prime Video.Boss Women Media Founder and CEO One Marty McDonald said: