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American Kinetics LLC USA W.O.M.A.N. Monthly Mixer

American Kinetics established Georgia W.O.M.A.N. Mixers as a 21st century public engagement scope of work that makes available business solutions and small business strategies to the global community. As communicated by the Small Business Administration, as a tradition spanning over 50 years, National Small Business Week gives you the opportunity to celebrate small businesses and the contributions that they make to local communities and the national economy. Additionally, it is important to celebrate National Small Business Week. It raises brand awareness. Promotes customer loyalty. Increase sales. Boost employee morale. Keeps you competitive in your industry. The pandemic caused debilitating consequences to individuals, families, groups, organizations, communities, cultures of society and destroyed state and local small businesses. The SBA released a fact sheet:

The US Small Business Administration is Delivering Support to American Small Businesses, Helping Them Recover from the COVID-19 Pandemic November 24, 2021/Release Number 21-111.

The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA)’s implementation of President Biden’s American Rescue Plan (ARP) and other traditional loan programs have helped the smallest of small businesses survive, and the work continues. Amidst a global pandemic, under Administrator Guzman, the SBA delivered a record number of its traditional loans to our nation’s small businesses while also scaling up to meet the immense demand for COVID-related economic relief. This year, SBA has overseen the distribution of $416.3 billion in emergency relief aid to more than 6 million impacted small businesses through the Paycheck Protection Program ($280 billion), Restaurant Revitalization Fund ($28.6 billion), Shuttered Venue Operators Grant ($13.4 billion), COVID Economic Injury Disaster Loan (EIDL) program ($88 billion), and COVID EIDL Targeted and Supplemental Advance programs ($6.3 billion combined). This support has directly helped small businesses stay open and keep workers on payrolls, especially for those owned by our underserved, including women, people of color, veterans, and rural and low-income communities.

American Kinetics also monitors the impact of economic, social, personal, business costs and loan opportunities in Georgia. It is within the context of celebrating Small Businesses economic impact and acknowledgement of Entrepreneurs from all over and the State of Georgia during National Small Business Week that stakeholders have created, designed and established the  USA W.O.M.A.N. Monthly Mixers.


Media Release from May 13, 2022


20 Georgia Businesswomen honored during Lupus During Lunch and Learn with Leaders from the United States Small Business Administration (SBA).


8th Annual Georgia W.O.M.A.N Monthly Mixer

National Small business Week Conference and State Awards Luncheon 2022

Atlanta, Georgia: The 8th Annual Georgia W.O.M.A.N. Monthly Mixer's National Small Business Week Conference and Awards Luncheon in honor of Georgia Small Businesswomen was held, as well as fundraisers for Lupus Awareness Month by American Kinetics LLC on May, 4th 2022Influential personalities like Senator Sonya Halpern, Cathelean Steele (SCLC, Founder of Justice For Girls), Robert Ware (Keynote Speaker, Supervisory Business Opportunity Specialist), Timothy Craig (Program Manager, Veterans Business Outreach Center), Ms. Martina Edwards (Chief of Strategic Partnerships, Access to Capital for Entrepreneurs), Dr. Reina Cubbage (Business Advisor and Instructor, Veterans Business Outreach Center) and Georgia's Celebrities like Althea Heart and Tiffany Moore participated in an important and necessary cause. Monica Nakia Ellis (CEO/Founder, Lupus Matters Corporation), Dr. Debra L. Clark (Founder and President, GreenSHADES Community Inc), and Janelle Moore (Lupus Survivor) were also present to support the cause.

Organizers and Speakers discussed the role of women in society and the importance of assisting small businesses. Sen. Sonya Halpern promised small business owners her unwavering support and encouraged them to approach her. Keynote speakers Robert Ware, Timothy Craig, and Ms. Martina Edwards discussed the importance of supporting small business owners and the Women-Owned Small Business Federal Contracting Program, which can assist people in reaching their full potential. Additionally, programs for veterans to help them become successful entrepreneurs when they transition from the military to civilian life were discussed.

A panel of six distinguished women was assembled to discuss the importance of small businesses, women business owners, and breaking down stereotypes about women starting/buying their businesses. The panel was comprised up of

  • Minister Sharon Johnson Reese
  • Dr. Debra L. Clark
  • Cathelean Steele
  • Pamela A. Bridgeman
  • Tiffany Moore
  • Dr. Velita Streat

One of the main topics of the event was a discussion to raise awareness about Lupus. Key speakers discussed their experiences around LUPUS and the struggles it caused in their lives. The discussions about raising awareness about Lupus were very detailed. Survivors of Lupus Monica Nakia Ellis and Janelle Moore went to great lengths to help people understand the disease's difficulties. Dr. Debra L. Clark assisted in understanding the perspective of a family member or friend who is watching a loved one suffer from Lupus. The efforts of fundraisers were commended, but more support, awareness, and funds are needed to combat this disease.

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