At Savvy Diva Enterprises, I like to say that “small business is our business.” My superpower is empowering our communities through entrepreneurship, financial literacy, and real estate investing. We help small businesses to build business credit and obtain funding to start or grow a profitable business. I also refer borrowers to other women and minority owned financial service businesses.
I also offer coaching on how to invest in real estate. As this is a way for Black and Brown families, as well as women, to build equity and wealth over time. Given that my business operates virtually, I’m currently able to serve our customers 100% online and over the phone.
We help you get business credit for your company EIN that’s not linked to your personal credit. This means that lower income families or those with bad credit can get funds too. Secure HIGH-limit vendor, store, fleet, and cash credit in your business name without a personal guarantee or personal credit check. No collateral or cash flow is required for approval, and we also have information on other small business grants or loans.
Five years ago, I truly found my passion as an entrepreneur in the financial consulting and real estate investing industries. My financial literacy program has helped hundreds of clients to purchase homes, cars, and ultimately change the trajectory of their financial future. Over time, I came to the realization that there was another huge underserved need. Many of our clients were asking about building business credit. And so we added business credit and funding to our service offerings. The business program has quickly become our “flagship” service. The response has been phenomenal!
Having been raised in a single-parent household for the majority of my childhood (my father was murdered in a botched robbery when I was young), financial challenges were are a regular part of life. As I entered adulthood, I was determined to learn everything that I could about money so that my children would never have to experience scarcity. Success leaves clues, and I decided to “reverse engineer” what the wealthy did to acquire wealth and pass it on from generation to generation.
After graduating from high school, I pursued a degree in finance and later earned my MBA, so it was only befitting that I would start a business that would help others to improve their personal and business finances. I love sharing this knowledge with others who would otherwise never be privy to this life-changing information. Although I also have a successful corporate career, this is my way of helping to close the “wealth gap” for other disadvantaged families in my community.