WHAT WE DO
Omni Circle is a community of business developed professionals, entrepreneurs, and business leaders who meet monthly to expand their network. We provide the opportunity to network and develop personal and business relationships with other like-minded professionals.
We provide young professionals with the civic, economic, and political tools to impact their communities. Members will have the opportunity for growth by engaging in a series of leadership training. Once a year we will have a Professional Development Series, which will consist of a two-day seminar designed to empower members and courage them to capitalizes on the continued development, networking opportunities, and mentoring among the leaders in attendance who are thriving and succeeding at different levels in their careers.
While collaboratively working to increase our network and the number of successful minorities, we will offer an annual Women Leadership Conference (WLC) which will consist of senior-level women executives and leaders in the corporate, public policy, legislative and academic arenas. The WLC will be a two-day professional and leadership development program specifically designed for women inspiring to be high performing women with executive potential. The WLC will feature panel discussions, forums, and organized activities crafted through the lens of race and gender. The program will highlight experienced corporate leaders as they engage in straightforward discussions bringing career strategy, advice, feedback, and networking opportunities to program participants.
With our Community Impact initiative, we will work together to help close the achievement gap between minority middle, high school, and college students. Omni Circle is developing a pipeline for success by mentoring young men and women through our mentoring program YMDG (Young Minds Determined to be Great). We are establishing scholarship programs that will provide financial contributions to the youth that complete the program to improve the educational outcomes of minority students and prepare the next generation of leaders.