Mission Accomplished Transition Services was founded on the belief that mentors, coaches, and sponsors are irreplaceable partners in the lives of young people as they navigate life’s challenging transitions. We take into deep account, for Black Indigenous People Of Color (BIPOC), these challenges are exacerbated due to the enduring impact of historic social, racial, and economic injustice in this country.
Our goal is to mitigate the impact of systemic oppression by cultivating an environment where BIPOC young professionals and entrepreneurs–including those who are a part of the LGBTQ community–feel safe, secure, and seen. Our primary method of accomplishing this is by training our coaches to provide mentorship that empowers young people to unapologetically be themselves, as they make a positive impact in their spheres of influence.
Beyond relational guidance, Missional Accomplished with further developing their brandand operational and administrative skills in the following trades: fashion, construction, interior design, interior decorating and mural painting. These creative trades were strategically chosen to highlight BIPOC’s roles as the cultural architects of this country while honoring their ancestral legacy of building and beautifying this nation.
The byproduct of preserving trade traditions of BIPOC is that it also redeems the financial losses they have historically experienced through cultural exploitation, theft, and appropriation. By educating the broader public on the impact their contributions have on the local, regional, and global economy, we simultaneously create the landscape needed for young BIPOC professionals to build sustainable and lucrative enterprises.