The St. Louis’ Equity in Entrepreneurship Collective is a regional effort working to ensure that systems built to support new entrepreneurs operate equitably, especially related to race and gender. The Collective is made up of over 150 individuals from organizations that mentor, fund and champion early-stage entrepreneurs in St. Louis. Together, the Collective is working in the eight following areas to achieve its goal of increased gender and race equity.

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