D.C. group launches new business program for single mothers

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Natalie Cofield ran an entrepreneurship program for millennial moms. She led a financial literacy course for citizens released from incarceration. She launched a bootcamp for startup founders of color. The Walker’s Legacy founder’s latest initiative? Moms Who Enterprise, a six-week D.C. program to help low-income single mothers develop financial and entrepreneurship skills. “The thesis behind the program is, 'Is there a way to help families and households move themselves out of poverty by...

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