Economic inequality is the greatest threat facing the United States today. People in middle-and-lower classes—particularly women, people of color, and young people—have seen their collective wealth shrink by 20 percent in the last several decades. Meanwhile, wealthy families have grown their wealth at record rates. In the pandemic alone, billionaires' fortunes grew by an average of 62 percent.
Uncharted is dedicated to supporting early-stage innovators tackling economic inequality, especially those at the very early stages who have lived experiences. Over the six-week program, selected ventures will receive access to Uncharted’s proprietary curriculum, interactive workshops, and peer support community. At the end of the program, ventures will be prepared to apply to Uncharted’s signature Economic Inequality Initiative, or a similar accelerator program.
Ask questions, share knowledge, and connect with other participants bringing their ideas to life.
Access to virtual workshops led by subject matter experts in Uncharted's network.
Plug into our network of 200+ subject-matter experts and ecosystem partners.
Self-Diagnosis Period (Jan 24th - Feb 1st)
We're supporting social entrepreneurs, nonprofit innovators, and movement builders tackling economic inequality in the U.S. who applied to our economic inequality initiative in 2021.
Participants Announced (February 2nd)
We'll announce the ventures who are participating in the economic inequality co-lab.
Programming (February 21st - March 27th)
The six-week program will help participants meet peers, clarify their vision, and prepare to apply for Uncharted's EII accelerator or a similar program at a peer organization.
Optional Summit Week (March 28th - April 1st)
Participants will be invited to participate in events at the Economic Inequality Initiative venture summit in late March.