North Shore Bank sponsors 11 Black entrepreneurs

Brookfield, Wis.-based North Shore Bank has chosen 11 entrepreneurs to participate in The Lonely Entrepreneur, a nonprofit intended to empower current and aspiring Black entrepreneurs.

The entrepreneurs now have access to The Lonely Entrepreneur’s Learning Community, which offers 24/7 community access to other entrepreneurs, group coaching, learning modules, hundreds of business growth templates, and other services:

  • Anthony Ratellis, owner of Racine-based Tek Help LLC. 
  • Elizabeth Johnson, owner of Kenosha-based Rockitacos. 
  • Jeoffrey Hutcherson, owner of Oconomowoc-based CinnerG Systems LLC and Get Happy Voice. 
  • Angelique Gray, owner of Germantown-based Care Management Plus LLC. 
  • Tykia Williams, owner of Brown Deer-based Such a Doll Boutique.
  • Corine Lawson, owner of Milwaukee-based Transportation Service. 
  • Janice Johnson, owner of Milwaukee-based On the Bayou. 
  • Jeanie Carr, owner of Milwaukee-based Greens and Things LLC. 
  • Shelly DeRuyter, owner of Milwaukee-based Signature Auto Detail. 
  • Angel Washington, owner of Milwaukee-based Angel Feathers Boutique LLC. 
  • Daniel Gilbert, owner of Green Bay-based Lead by Example LLC.  

“We are so excited to support these deserving entrepreneurs as they continue through their journey of building and growing their businesses,” said Margaret Capper, senior vice president of commercial lending for the $2.5 billion North Shore Bank.