MORTAR graduates diverse class of OTR entrepreneurs
But the founders want to be clear: This isn't a "black" entrepreneurship program.
"It's a program for anybody who's an entrepreneur," Woods said. "But there's a connectivity that happens when people see the face of the owners; they kind of feel drawn to that — whereas they might walk past another organization, and assume it's not for them because there's nobody that looks like them."
"We're an entrepreneurship organization that happens to be black," he said.