Intentionally focusing on advancing racial equity, CompuRecycling Center, Incorporated (CRC) has fully invested in the youth by working as a change agent to improve the health, educational outcomes, financial stability and well-being of its communities and individuals while simultaneously increasing the diversity of the healthcare profession and technical workforce in the Mississippi, Arkansas, and Louisiana Delta for over 20 years. CRC also serves as a technical assistance center for minority, women-owned and emerging businesses throughout the Mississippi, Arkansas, and Louisiana Delta. CRC develops small and emerging business by establishing relationships with stakeholders, resource partners, and major corporations that increase the capacity of small and emerging businesses. CRC is also intricately involved in enhancing economic opportunities for minority and women-owned businesses.
U.S. Congressman Bennie G. Thompson honored CompuRecycling Center, Inc. as a "Remarkable Organization" for its work helping small businesses in Mississippi (2021)
Director, CompuRecycling Center, 501c3 nonprofit organization
Responsible for providing day-to-day technical assistance and counseling to clients within our targeted area exclusively for startup development, business expansion, and job retention
Engages small businesses in professional training in the Mississippi Delta on procedures for accessing and contracting with local, state and federal agencies
Forerunner for facilitating the Small Business Entrepreneurial (SBE) program
Coordinates “meet and greet” sessions to examine challenges facing small businesses
Establishes growth opportunities for small businesses