As NLP expands its lending program into Georgia, NLP will work with local, state, regional and national entities to bring affordable housing and economic benefit to the underserved population. NLP anticipates that within the first two years of the program expansion, an additional 240 individuals will be impacted by our expanded programs. NLP anticipates providing 150 units of affordable housing in Georgia, which will benefit individuals and families that rely on affordable housing for financial security. Each subsequent year of the program, NLP anticipates providing additional housing units with increased awareness of its expanded geography. NLP will strive to finance a minimum of 500 units per year beginning with its third full year operating in Georgia.

Mission/Vision driven

Expand accelerator through licensing curriculum, develop the cooperative attached to our accelerator to bundle micro businesses back office, expand brand through influencers and events, and to raise a $5M fund raised through a direct public offering.

Inspired by Agnes Scott College’s commitment to thinking deeply, living honorably, and engaging the intellectual and social challenges of our times, the Master of Arts in Social Innovation degree program helps students learn to consider interdisciplinary and complementary theories to make informed decisions, to influence policy, and to affect social change.  These graduate students – both men and women – learn how to apply business principles, entrepreneurial thinking skills, and design thinking skills to solving complex real-world challenges and to creating a more socially just world.

The Greenhouse Accelerator is a nonprofit organization that helps early-stage cleantech entrepreneurs build their business, supports sustainability initiatives in existing companies, and educates students from elementary schools to MBA classes on sustainable practices.

Our services include: Brand identity & Strategy, Creative campaigns, Copywriting, Messaging, Print & Web Design, and Qualitative research

SIRUM takes unused, surplus drugs and seamlessly deliver them to people who need them most. Our technology is built to connect the 1 in 4 adults who can’t afford their medicine with the $5B of surplus that goes to waste every year.