Mastercard and the Museum of Tolerance hosted a special virtual event honoring women entrepreneurs and their incredible impact on their communities on

Monday, March 8, 2021 6 PM PT / 9 PM ET


The event was a special look at three exciting new short films that celebrate the perseverance and passion of women entrepreneurs

JUSTICE OF THE PIES, Directed by Michelle Marrion

Inspired by her late father’s love of pies, Maya-Camille Broussard founded a social mission bakery focused on providing nutrition education to children in under served communities.

ONGANIC FOODS, Directed by Lisa Madison

ONganic Foods provides integrated solutions to the challenges in the agriculture sector by providing access to premium markets for organic farmers. The company’s vision is better livelihoods for farmers, health & wellness for consumers and a sustainable planet.

HARFA, Directed by Ella Mische

A parent of a child with developmental disabilities, Irena founded Harfa Publishing House to create specialized education resources to help parents like herself build bonds and stimulate the cognitive abilities of their children.

The conversation following the screening included:

Maya-Camille Broussard,
Entrepreneur from The Justice Of the Pies
Ekta Jaju, Entrepreneur from ONganic Foods
Ella Mische, Director of Harfa

Along with Raja Rajamannar
Chief Marketing and Communications Officer

Moderated by Adlai Wertman

David C. Bohnett Professor of Social Entrepreneurship at the USC Marshall School of Business and founding director of the Brittingham Social Enterprise Lab at Marshall

Mastercard is committed to helping 25 million women entrepreneurs grow their businesses by 2025, for a world that gives everyone the chance to unleash their potential, pursue their passions and make extraordinary things happen.


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