Welcome Change Agents

Urban Matrix Project Startup Incubator

Transformational Leadership Capacity Building

Social Impact Entrepreneurs ...and visionary urban change agents, get mentored by Violet Kashewa, expert Intuitive Business Analyst.

The Urban Matrix Project...a prophetic culture cooperative workspace and regional solution partnership committed to igniting generative outcomes for the new millennium.

                                          Importance. Purpose. Possibility

Calling Social Impact Entrepreneurs

The only start-up incubator to focus on unlocking the potential and promise of your unique and distinct leadership purpose blueprint.© 


We teach change agents SQ... intuitive, transformative, and revelatory knowledge that translates as global solutions at this critical time in history...a transformational era of consciousness evolution. 

Cooperative Workspace

Get Mentored...Violet Kashewa Business Psychic

 

The Urban Matrix Project Northwest is a prophetic culture serving change agents! 


The only social entrepreneur startup incubator offering expert Intuitive Business Analysis!

Walk-in guests, start-ups, and established projects of any social impact type are welcome. Our specialty mentoring program can help to position you for breakthrough and advancement by troubleshooting energy-information, purpose alignment, and marketplace significance.


15 walk-in daily use 

149 openspace laptop 

349 artist gallery 

399 private office 

Our Social Impact

We mentor social impact entrepreneurs in 18 categories, from A-Z, that support economic vitality, equality and justice, green urban technology, workforce investment, environmental stewardship, grassroots policy reformation, educational achievement equity, community relevance, gatekeeper narrative, strategic-planning initiatives, artistic activism, and more. 

Rental Benefits

❖  Fiscal Sponsorship Referral 

❖  Capacity Building Training 

❖  Free Wifi 

❖  Branded Webpage 

❖  Dedicated Voicemail  

❖  Personal Locker 

❖  Parking Validation 

❖  Convenient Barista    

Visionary Youth Program

Emerging Transformational Leaders

We all deserve 2nd chances!  


New Definition Leadership®LLC, Urban Matrix Project, proudly offers a special "dreamplace" for clear-minded emerging leaders age 17-24, who may be homeless or low-income, have guardian emancipation or independence needs or be transitioning 2nd-chance post-incarceration. Some of the most gifted are those who wander but are not lost. We want to ensure the opportunity for all voices to speak life over our cities.


You may freely engage your visionary ideas for a better world within a safe and dynamic cooperative workspace environment for 9-months at no cost.  And receive social impact project mentoring to kick-start your good in the world!  We strongly believe the younger generation are those especially "spiritually prepared, equipped, and calibrated" to move in prophetic destiny without hesitation to make a difference.


The VYP is an inspired program embracing transformative change, positioned under the oversight of our verified fiscal sponsor, and facilitated by Violet Kashewa, CEO, Intuitive Business Analyst, Retired IMM Ordained Metaphysical Minister. 

Our Vision

❖  Academic re-entry partnership.  Our number one priority program goal is to maximize our solutions partnership network so that we may enter formal agreement with Ashford University following the prospective leadership grant criteria which allows us to implement academic re-entry programming. 


❖  Workforce KSA discovery and augmentation. Participants engage in online knowledge, skills, and abilities development and training so to be more prepared for workforce engagement. Our staff works with participants to build-out personal growth and prospective career tracks based upon our mentoring engagement to support the change agent.  


❖  Civic development. Social entrepreneurs are usually found in the trenches of change initiatives. The cooperative workspace is the conducive environment to inspire and catalyze transformational leadership capacity building and project allocation. Young visionaries may participate in our public training, community expos, and other Urban Matrix Project events at discounted rates or with free admission.   

Solutions Partners

Let's connect to discuss partnership! Program supporters and investors contact us at: violet@newdefinitionleadership.com

Get Started

Application Process

Cooperative Workspace Seattle: Our startup incubator application process involves an initial brief telephone interview.  We will confirm a calendar date to personally meet with you and/or your team to ensure a good alignment. 


Everyone involved with your project must agree to confidentiality, written terms and conditions, policies, privacy statement, community rules, and ethical code of conduct. In addition, we initiate our mutual relationship in a standard 30-day due diligence period to affirm confidence and trust. We also reserve the right to conduct a formal background check (non-credit related) with your release of authorization. However, we are sensitive to 2nd-chance, and other real-world scenarios. And we seek to validate concerns of undocumented citizens who are a part of our regional community.  Please note that our monthly project mentoring schedule is capped at 25 impact solutions within the cooperative workspace. Walk-in use exempt. You may additionally utilize our world-class Micromentor partner platform available at no cost. 


Public training events offer key strategic elements for the larger audience. We also focus attention to creating workforce learning content, relevant media, a project showcase, and maintain a busy consultancy calendar so please be as prepared as possible to enter the game.  Above all, we value authentic dialogue, honest disclosure, and process consistency so that all parties feel heard and clearly understood to ensure success outcomes. 


Review our professional certifications and testimonies. We are not licensed to provide legal, medical, insurance, real estate, direct hiring, or financial investment advice but we may freely offer expert Intuitive Business Analysis pertaining to our professional scope of practice from a metaphysical perspective based upon our 30 years ethical consultation serving people of all walks of life.   

Project Submission Guidelines

STEP #1:  Quick Phone Interview...Let's Discuss Your Social Impact Project Vision

To belong in the Urban Matrix Project Pacific Northwest, you must begin with a brief 15-minute telephone interview to discuss your social impact project vision. Click the "Easy 1-2-3" button at page bottom to redirect to our contact page to schedule a best day and time. We want to get to know you as a prospective match...workspace dynamics, project support, our facilitation style, and other details. 


STEP #2:  Intake Questionnaire & Community Rules Agreement

Complete our standard intake questionnaire to prepare for our telephone interview. You will find this online document on the "Let's Connect" page by the scheduling calendar. You must also review our community rules, policies, privacy statement, and professional disclaimer (also located on the contact us page). Please be advised, if your project is accepted into the urban Matrix Project, we may also require a copy of your driver license or photo identification, or business and professional liability, or other documents that we will maintain in a secured and confidential records management system.


STEP #3:  Submit Your Project Material

The last step for consideration...for you to receive all Cooperative Workspace benefits and features described on our website (limits apply for walk-in daily use) your project MUST have a real, substantive, and/or engaged social impact parameter serving any county in the Pacific Northwest (Northern California, Oregon, Washington)...or the globe!


NOTE:  We did not advise that your vision must be "realistic" because we know the compelling greatness you possess is the very substance we are catalyzing in this program!  You may simply be in the "idea generation" phase of project launch and require a dynamic workspace and project mentoring. 


However, you must submit a 1-page prospectus or business plan showing you have thought through a formal strategy and how to proceed. This criteria can also be met via the following:  A community interest letter from a verified academic institution, a non-profit or other agency, or principal who knows your level of dedication and commitment to success outcomes. Or you may also submit a project e-portfolio link, video, blueprint, or social media engagement demonstrating the project focus.