Sutton Consulting

Cause-Related Collaboratives  

AMĪA Works proudly sponsored The Greensboro Children's Business Fair held in the Summer of 2018. This event served as a fun learning experience for local youth between the ages of 6-16. The children ran their own micro-enterprises for the day. They set up their own "pop-up shops", engaged their customers, made money, gave out change, and learned to problem solve on the fly that day. The parents really loved seeing their kids in action. We gave out cash prizes for winners in specific categories like Best Booth Design and Most Profitable Idea. 

Coming Soon!!!
  • Learn a Lot Program for Youth K-12 
  • SHAWL Women's Initiative (Housing and Career Support)
  • Prospective Living (Homelessness Initiative)

AMĪA Works 501c3 appreciates your generous support! Thanks Always! We invite you to also join us in our mission to reduce the impact of poverty in our community as we improve lives through mentorship, guidance & social enterprise.

Social Entrepreneurship

Shonda Sutton, is the Founder and Executive Director of AMIA Works She envisions this program being used to fulfill the organization's core mission to impact society in a positive way, by providing mentoring, guidance, job training and support for micro/social enterprise.

As an agent of change, Ms. Sutton seeks to partner with like-minded individuals, to provide enrichment, empowerment, and mentoring services to youth, women, minorities, and other disenfranchised populations. 

Contact AMIA Works if you're interested in volunteering, becoming a board member, or participating in our program.