Voqal’s fellowship program is an investment in individuals as people and budding entrepreneurs. It is both a talent and startup accelerator that targets those historically left on the outside for a chance to enact their vision at center stage.
As we get closer to announcing the 2022 Voqal Fellowship cohort, we continue our series of video shorts featuring the 2021 Voqal Fellows. This week’s entry features Trinice McNally and her work to disrupt the criminalization and myths of black migrants.
You can learn more about the Voqal Fellowship and past Voqal Fellows on our fellowships page.