Changing the HBCU Entrepreneurial Ecosystem with $10.7 Million
Providing Support to Small Business Owners
HBCU Seed is an early-stage venture capital and private equity firm that provides seed funding and support for HBCU Student, Alumni, Faculty, & Staff Businesses. We aim to fund, support, and encourage entrepreneurship in HBCU students, alumni, faculty, and staff. Our non-profit organization, HBCU Seed Foundation, provides these small business owners mentorship, service, resources, and opportunities. Our objective is to raise and invest $10.7 million to change the entrepreneurial ecosystem in HBCU’s.
Business Registration – HBCU students, alumni, and current/former faculty and staff, click here to pre-qualify for funding for your small business
HBCU Representatives – Click ‘Registration Now’ below to sign up your school
Click ‘Apply Now’ below to become a HBCU Seed Investor
Click ‘Partner Now’ below to become a HBCU Seed Sponsor or Donor
HBCU Seed Foundation
HBCU Seed Foundation is our nonprofit that is working to establish physical and virtual entrepreneurship centers for all 107 HBCU campuses. The purpose is to provide entrepreneurship services,
mentorship, resources, and opportunities to HBCU student, alumni, faculty, and staff business owners.
Meet Our Team
Terrel “T-Time” Davis
- Chief Executive Officer
Venture Capitalist | Serial Entrepreneur | Philanthropist
Terrel “T-Time” Davis was born to be an entrepreneur. Before he graduated from Oakwood University with a bachelor’s degree in Accounting and Business Management, he started his first business “T-Time Management”, a tax accounting firm. He has taken his passion for food, finances, and real estate and founded successful companies in various arenas. He loves to serve his community by creating new opportunities for budding entrepreneurs. During his down time, you can find him flying planes, skating, and traveling.
- Executive Director
Philanthropist | Social Entrepreneur | Metal Health Advocate
Janna is the brain behind 57 North Hampton, a mental health advocacy nonprofit that strives to teach fun, creative and positive coping strategies to children and teenagers. She has spoken to school boards and at conferences, (including the National Stop Girl Bullying Conference), and hosted play shops, workshops, and parties throughout the United States. She also authored and illustrated the children’s book ‘The Little Girl with the Too Big Hair’. When she has free time, Janna enjoys playing the piano, drawing, ice skating, cooking, and naps.
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