Amani Women Center (AWC) was the Non-Profit recipient of the 2023 “Siggie” Awards. The Award is named in honor of Sig Mosley, who is known as the “godfather of investing” in Atlanta.

Hosted by TiE Atlanta, in partnership with Emory University’s Goizueta Business School, and other partners, on November 1st at Emory’s Hatchery. Siggie Awards recognizes early-stage investors contributing to the growth of Metro Atlanta’s entrepreneurial ecosystem and high-impact nonprofit organization that is addressing critical issues in Atlanta, and doing so in a bold, innovative way that incorporates impact through businesses, and where a grant would be meaningful.

AWC Founder & president Doris Mukangu and the entire AWC team will like send a special thank you to the Siggies Selection Committee, all the Siggie Awards – unsung heroes in the Atlanta startup community, and to Brian Goebel; congratulations to you and your team at START:ME Accelerator program for receiving the 2022 SIGGIE Conscious Capital Award!
Amani Women Center provides culturally tailored programs and services that empower and contribute to the economic security, and spiritual, mental, and physical well-being of refugee and immigrant women.
“Stitching Lives Together”
AWC Helpline – 1-800-804-4918
Center – 770-255-0539
Shop local, shop products made by refugee women @ Amani Sewing Academy (ASA) – (AWC Social Enterprise).
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