Nikkia Odom picks up a child in the Sweet Peas group prior to putting her down down for a nap at the Anointed Future Child Development Center. Facility owner Janice White-McClellan is one of three Charlotte recipients of the Elizabeth Street Capital loan program, a joint initiative by the Tory Burch Foundation and Bank of America to provide women entrepreneurs with access to capital and mentoring to help grow their businesses. White-McClellan's loan helped pay for massive renovations to her building, including several new additions.
Nikkia Odom picks up a child in the Sweet Peas group prior to putting her down down for a nap at the Anointed Future Child Development Center. Facility owner Janice White-McClellan is one of three Charlotte recipients of the Elizabeth Street Capital loan program, a joint initiative by the Tory Burch Foundation and Bank of America to provide women entrepreneurs with access to capital and mentoring to help grow their businesses. White-McClellan's loan helped pay for massive renovations to her building, including several new additions. David T. Foster III dtfoster@charlotteobserver.com
Nikkia Odom picks up a child in the Sweet Peas group prior to putting her down down for a nap at the Anointed Future Child Development Center. Facility owner Janice White-McClellan is one of three Charlotte recipients of the Elizabeth Street Capital loan program, a joint initiative by the Tory Burch Foundation and Bank of America to provide women entrepreneurs with access to capital and mentoring to help grow their businesses. White-McClellan's loan helped pay for massive renovations to her building, including several new additions. David T. Foster III dtfoster@charlotteobserver.com

A year later, Tory Burch loan program benefits Charlotte female entrepreneurs

February 17, 2015 10:52 AM