Ana Yessica Guerrero is a social entrepreneur who dedicates her life to empowering first-generation Latinx students to reach their full potential. She is a proud immigrant from Mexico City and grew up on a ranch in Goleta, Calif. As a first-generation student herself, she had numerous aspirations and goals. Ana was an eager and determined scholar, yet she received little academic guidance and a lack of resources.
In this Must Know… Summer School Rescheduled Due to extenuating circumstances, we’re rescheduling the Climate + Small Biz Summer School to begin next week, August 2, 2023 at 11:00am PT. It will run through August 23, 2023. In Part I: Why Does Climate Resiliency Matter to the Entrepreneurial Economy?, we’ll discuss why small businesses and the Entrepreneurial Ecosystem can and need
In this Must Know… Climate + Small Biz Summer School Join us next week for CAMEO’s Climate + Small Biz Summer School: Integrating the Entrepreneurial Ecosystem to the Climate Economy. Part I: Why Does Climate Resiliency Matter to the Entrepreneurial Ecosystem? is on July 26, 2023 at 11:00 am PT. Neda Arabshahi, VP of the Inclusiv Center for Resiliency
Elfie’s father used to work as a pastry chef when he was a young man in order to pay for his dancing lessons at the Paris Opera. Elfie’s father shared with her his love for preparing the essential bread and “sweets of life.” Elfie trained primarily with her father as well as in Paris’ renowned bakery Gerard Mulot and Laduree.
In this Must Know… Climate + Small Biz Summer School CAMEO is excited to announce our four-part virtual series, Climate + Small Biz Summer School: Integrating the Entrepreneurial Ecosystem to the Climate Economy. Join us weekly starting July 26 to learn how you can get involved in environmental climate resiliency for small businesses and contribute to
In this Must Know… Small Business Investments Hold Steady in California Budget The California FY 2023-24 budget was finally finalized. This year included steep cuts overall, but small business programs saw a stable budget with few cuts. Some highlights: Become a SBCS Partner The Small Business Credit Survey (SBCS) is a national survey conducted by the Federal
By Addison Peterson, CAMEO’s Policy Specialist. The California FY 2023-24 budget was finally finalized – several weeks late. This year included steep cuts overall, but small business programs saw a stable budget with few cuts. Below are some highlights from the 2023-24 budget: California budgeted $25.3 million from the U.S. Treasury’s State Small Business Credit