About Forsee Fund
Forsee is a black woman-owned company specializing in the utilization of chemical-free Afro hair cuttings from black barber shops.
We live at a time where non-renewable products are becoming a scarcity. The goal is to transform available renewable products into useful products to address climate change issues, water conservation, and fertilizer shortages. The average American family uses 320 gallons of water per day, and half is used for watering lawns and gardens. The 2021 global market size of fire retardants is 7.59 billion industry, with a 2028 predicted over 19 billion (https://www.grandviewresearch.com/industry-analysis/flame-retardant-market).
Fertilizer shortages are reflected in the rise in food costs. Never before existed a product with the potential to address multi-faceted issues. Through research, this can be attainable!
Meet The Innovator
Entrepreneur, Owner of Forsee LLC, Inventor, Fitness Instructor Step Into Shape Aerobics, Founder of JLH2018 Enterprises
"I believe you must bring your whole self to the table if you want to thrive in today’s crazy world; your personality, your sense of humor, and most importantly, your heart. All of these elements brought me to found Forsee Fund in 2019. I invite you to explore my site, learn about my passions, and explore what excites and interests you as well."
Forsee's mission is to change the face of irrigation and fire retardant materials while providing a foundation for infrastructure in the Black community. Forsee seeks the collaboration of barber shops to sell Afro hair cutting for research and manufacturing. This process will introduce the first ready pick-up service for the sale of Afro hair in the U.S. The utilization of abandoned manufactured buildings left behind in the black community can serve as a hub for processing, providing jobs, and positively impacting the communities we serve.