The Embassy Row Project Launches Four New Philanthropic Initiatives
The Embassy Row Project Launches Four New Philanthropic Initiatives The Embassy Row Project has officially transitioned into a purely pro bono advisory initiative. ERP is a philanthropic initiative created by researcher James Scott and rooted in over a decade of advisory to the United States Congress, the federal government, diplomatic missions, and institutes globally. All ERP services and solutions are free and offered on a grant and scholarship award system.
“I’ve always helped organizations that asked for my help, even if they weren’t able to pay us” explains James Scott, “The Embassy Row Project was just a name we applied to intergovernmental work we did in DC.” ERP temporarily had a web presence but quickly realized their clients never looked at it and the only responses they received from the site resulted in pro bono work. They then took down the site, reworked the language and services, and have now relaunched as a purely pro bono initiative.
ERP is launching four philanthropic initiatives: Emancip8 Project The Emancip8 Project unifies researchers and initiatives focused on exposing and combatting human trafficking, child abuse, and human rights violations. Emancip8 empowers abuse survivors and offer a networking platform with international stakeholder connectivity for activists and researchers who need a voice. iDecarbonize: The iDecarbonize Project is a venture capital-focused incubator that identifies, promotes, strategically aligns, funds, and launches promising biotech and next-generation technologies that combat climate change and contribute to minimizing carbon emissions globally.
Select technologies are positioned to pitch and present for private sector trade globalization, investment, IPO, acquisition, and more. Veterans for Critical Infrastructure Technology Veterans for Critical Infrastructure Technology opens doors and promotes initiatives that focus on veterans in the fields of technology and cybersecurity. This forum offers a platform for organizations to promote positions intended for veterans, veteran-owned technology companies, and 501c3s that elevate and proliferate veteran-centric opportunities in international critical infrastructure cybersecurity and technology.
Tectonic Labz Tectonic Labz offers grants, scholarships, and support architecture to startup and established think tanks, institutes, niche-focused associations, and NGOs. Our plug-and-play strategies accelerate organizational expansion and internationalization while simultaneously elevating the level of connectivity to IGO, NGO, and nation-state stakeholders. The Embassy Row Project’s mission is to unify the next generation of leadership and initiatives that are hyper-focused on instigating positive change on issues that impact the environment, human rights, technological innovation, and international trade collaborations that proliferate diversity, food security, and dignified employment with a livable wage.
The geographies Tectonic Labz currently cover are the United States, Europe, Southeast Asia, and Latin America About the Embassy Row Project: The purpose of this project is to unify synergistically aligned initiatives into a potent movement that offers grant and scholarship awardees a newfound forward momentum.
That momentum is applied to upgraded and enhanced organizational architecture that cultivates growth and internationalizes peer and stakeholder connectivity. iDecarbonize, Tectonic Labz, Emancip8 Project, and Veterans for Critical Infrastructure Technology are all philanthropic projects and 100% of the services are provided free of charge.