Northside Welcomes Entrepreneur Center

Shown cutting the grand opening ribbon (l to r) Gerald Rogers, J. Diane Tribble, Richard Cuff, Dr. Omega Allen and Katrina Denson

Colleagues Richard Cuff and Coach J.Dianne Tribble partnered for a ribbon cutting and book signing for the grand opening of the Miriam R. Cuff Innovation Center and the official book launch of Coach J Dianne Tribble’s latest book, ‘Sit Down Sista.’  The team charged attending supporters to empower their communities with knowledge of self, entrepreneurship and independent business creation processes.

The grand opening agenda included presentations from the hosts, a ribbon cutting and accolades for the centers namesake. It’s over arching goal is financial literacy and providing educational entrepreneurship classes to the area. Located on Dunn Avenue, the center was created for people who dream of owning their own business.

Although my wife’s passing deeply saddens me, I am so grateful to have the opportunity to bring to life the Miriam R. Cuff Innovation Center in honor of her memory. Through this center, I hope to encourage thousands of entrepreneurs to bring their innovative ideas to life and arm them with the ammunition necessary to become successful,” said Cuff. The centers namesake is Richards deceased wife of 25 years,  Miriam Cuff. The late Mrs. Cuff was a graduate of Ed White High School, a nurse, aspiring actress and model whom passed August 15, 2021.

The center will be the home for early stage entrepreneurs providing them with financial literacy workshops, coaching certification classes, mentoring classes and more to promote economic growth, invocative thinking and development in the area. The center is located at 2255 Dunn Avenue, Suite 603.

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