“The only limits we have are the ones we put on ourselves.”


Nikki Porcher, the founder of nonprofit organization Buy From A Black Woman, has made it her mission to empower, educate, and inspire Black Women Business Owners; and to raise awareness for the need to support and #BuyFromABlackWoman because Black Women deserve advocacy that extends beyond words.

Back in 2015, Nikki started off blogging about how to buy from black women when she realized that Black Women Business Owners weren’t being supported the way they should be. And this evolved into a nonprofit that now provides educational programs, funding, and an online directory that makes Black Women-Owned Businesses easier to find, in addition to being home to one of the largest communities of Black Women Business Owners in the US and across the globe.

In the last year alone, Buy From A Black Woman has driven $2.7 million+ in revenue, grown their online community to over 200,000 allies, and garnered public support from brand ambassadors like Brandy and Tracee Ellis Ross. They also secured partnerships with major brands like H&M, PayPal, Masterclass and other organizations dedicated to community development.
Nikki is passionate about community development and creating a more equitable future for us all. And as a veteran and former public school teacher, she’s no stranger to serving at the highest level.
Nikki is also a sought-after Business Consultant, DEI Trainer, and Speaker.
To learn more about Nikki visit: ablackwomanwebsite.com
To learn more about Buy From A Black Woman visit: buyfromablackwoman.org