Below is a transcription of the five speakers who shared their thoughts, in text format.
"Knowing Shaun has made me a better founder owner person has made me more intentional in a way I touched the community. If any of those are something that you need want for yourself, you I'm getting chills. Because I mean it and I hope you all can see it. Um, [they are] someone you need to follow. [They] lead with [their] heart, [they] give information that I don't see anywhere else I used to see different things come out, you know, like the infrastructure and, and you know the different bills and didn't know what to do with it. She shows you what to do with it even won a grant for $10,000 A place to start because I was just kind of like lost not knowing where to start. I'm excited. Like I'm like ready to go. Start pulling it all together. So I'm gonna say this was a extremely helpful always as a reminder of one that we can do this, first and foremost, to your support. And you guys expertise. super dope. I appreciate it. It was very informative. I learned a lot in that little bit of time. I'm fired up and motivated. Like I felt the energy was there. The information was there, you're explaining extremely clear like you make the grant process seems so simple of sponsorship is right on time with the project that I'm working on in Ghana. It is like a light bulb just went off. I'm amazed by the support that we receive in GSA but any anything around Shaun and Inclusive Data. You know, as far as like questions that we had, I really feel like it's like hand holding on those a little bit spoiled, but definitely needed in the Black community and among like, new business owners, so I'm super super appreciative. I love the templates. And so like I don't have to think about that. I just have to do the thing that I don't know how to do not do the thing I don't know how to do and write the thing. I don't know how to write and have the conversation I don't know how to have. I just have to do I think that I am learning how to do"