The Phindiwe Business Academy, established in December 2021, exists to provide high-impact education and resources to young women in finance. Its first class, in the spring of 2022, will be a cohort of young East African women who have acquired professional competence in accountancy with the promise of gainful work opportunities – to help foster independence and freedom. financial – after their success. from the program.
This is an educational experience facilitated by AJOY, a financial management company established in 2009 with a commitment to improving the profitability of micro and small businesses while fostering the exponential growth of financially sound, women-led businesses with United States and around the world. Coupled with Brooks’ 25 years of education experience, which includes a Masters of Education, ProAdvisor certification in QuickBooks Online (QBO), and trainer status with national organizations and Intuit (the creators of QBO) to provide professional training to QBO users, the Phindiwe Business Academy program is concretely structured to develop the confidence and skills of its students.
The AJOY team executed a plan to develop strategic partnerships to ensure student success and entrepreneurial growth for each program graduate. Current partners include Tamara Horton with the Studio Samuel Foundation and Kenyan athlete Grace Kahura.
As the Principal Instructor of Phindiwe Business Academy and Founder of AJOY, Tuesday believes that this venture presents exciting new opportunities for both corporate customers and academy students. More information about Phindiwe Academy and AJOY can be found by emailing [email protected] or following @ajoyworldwide.