We are so inspired by the businesses in our community because of how many of them are committed to helping to make the world better than it is today. Check out some great businesses below and how they are helping others.

Geza Paul Frey Jr | Founder and Creative Director at TIP

My creative agency, and Streetwear brand Tomorrow Isn’t Promised, was founded on the philosophy that life is incredibly finite. Often times, we forget that every moment provides value, big or small, and the people around us come into, and leave our lives like the seasons. This is why we must put value into and invest in what we posses, today. Our signature artwork and design ethos is called “TIP CAMO” Read more>>

Courtney Bowden | Editor-in-Chief & Founder of BlackExpatStories.com

Storytelling is a liberatory tool and I believe that media is the most powerful way to tell a story. I also believe Black people at the vanguard of change deserve to be seen and be heard on all mediums. My company exists to capture and share humanizing narratives centering Black people and amplify them in the media by leveraging the power of storytelling. Read more>>

Kelly and Anthony Leveille and Mungo | Alliance Atlanta LARP C0-Owners

We are firm believers that there is a community for everyone, and if you can’t find one in your area, you should build it. Live-action roleplaying (LARP) can be a cross-section of improv theatre, cosplay and tabletop gaming, and sport. Its unique position transcending multiple fields of interest brings together people from all walks of life – our members include everything from active and ex-military to independent artists to corporate executives. Read more>>

Tony Omotayo | Owner/C.E.O. of the Atlanta Legends, Philanthropist

My company, the Atlanta Legends LLC. helps circulate and recirculate the Black Dollar in our own community by employing local business owners at every level of our organization. Each year we put at least $100 in 100 people’s pockets. That’s not including the LLC’s we purchase every year for aspiring Kid entrepreneurs. Read more>>

David Morales | Artist Manager

My goals not only involve artist development but to incorporate the role of art and entertainment within a community. My mission is to fill the void in the arts opportunity gap for low-income and minority artists and to connect artists to the communities they represent. As the owner of DCYPHER STUDIOS, I provide community-based artist development activities that allow artists to perform, and network, Read more>>