Based on the transparency of our values and how our programs are all congruent with one another.
At the core of Newdoom, we believe that we can turn individuals into assets, then families into businesses. While that is no easy feat, the entrepreneurial ecosystem that is currently Newdoom is strong, bold, and irrepressible.
Newdoom connects individuals within our network to education and essential resources and empowers them to create an economic family that enriches both themselves and our community. In the words of Newdoom’s founder and CEO Devin Wright-Reed, a coach, education, and community advocate, our playbook is simple:
“When I think about everything, I want Newdoom to be part of what is necessary to create something entirely new. A big part of that is an equalizing factor regarding economics — being taught and having access to — that provides a level of liberation for people as a whole.” Wright-Reed said.
Newdoom is developing tools and frameworks to more effectively promote community initiatives to demonstrate how advocacy efforts affect social change. In our current scope, we are focused on private businesses but the complexity of some of our future initiatives can be expanded to grassroots movements, systems change, and even policy advocacy. If we focus on social justice values and issues such as racial equity and economic justice, though many of our initiatives, our innovative network can pool resources for a larger impact.
Newdoom comprises four pillars of community initiatives, each one interdependent and building on the other.
Youth Programs: Our focus is to enable access to experiences that will prepare our youth to lead and serve the needs of our community. This includes annual summer breakfast programs, back-to-school supplies drives, and educational workshops.
Educator’s Union: To build trust and cooperation to achieve our goals, we strive to organize and unify community leaders and professionals to engage in resetting social conditioning. This includes professional networks, tutoring, volunteering, cultural, spirit, and corporate retreats, and professional development workshops.
Return to Citizenships: Equipping the most disadvantaged population with proper tools to engage in a new understanding of prosperity. This includes a reform program, resource center, job training, and educational workshops.
Workforce Development: Structuring a system to connect established associates with assets to build vertical businesses, thereby strengthening local economies. This includes work/trade programs, internships, on-the-job training and coaching, and independently scaling businesses in our network.
Vertical Building Strategy
As a newly established nonprofit, we stand by these initiatives as we continually advance our networking system. As our network and assets grow, these four pillars are what will grow from the seeds we are planting now.
Currently, Newdoom consists of more than 14 organizations or businesses that together, create an abundance of resources between us and members of our community. Through these contacts, we will empower individuals within our network to create an economic family.
We have individuals from all walks of life in the Newdoom network purposed to unify and unite each other. It’s easy to continue to follow suit in the same work cycle. When you do the same thing over and over, it will never change. What we aspire to do is the intricate part of being able to break free from a repetitive cycle,” Wright-Reed said.
“We have individuals from all walks of life in the Newdoom network purposed to unify and unite each other. It’s easy to continue to follow suit in the same work cycle. When you do the same thing over and over, it will never change. What we aspire to do is the intricate part of being able to break free from a repetitive cycle,” Wright-Reed said.
Our vision is to help every associate secure prosperity and achieve their educational and financial goals. With that comes the ability to connect at-risk youth and marginalized individuals with educational, financial, and experiential support to become prosperous members of our communities.
“As a collective, we want to be the first thing that comes to mind when people think about networking. Over time, we will be able to have a physical location and a commonplace for individuals that we interact with, whether that be for networking, functions or projects.” Wright-Reed said.
With the culmination of funding to secure a location will come workshops, classes on entrepreneurship, giving individuals access to office materials, office space for interviews, and pamphlets for resources.
“We want to be on people’s minds as an innovative way to gather people for multiple reasons,” Wright-Reed said.
To get involved with Newdoom, visit n3wdoom.com/our-network and choose a network tier. Newdoom Network partners make a world of difference to our mission, and we are grateful for their generosity.
Susan Payne, media manager at Newdoom; owner of Bear Expressions