Stacey Abrams is a trailblazer in American politics, known for her tireless advocacy for voting rights and social justice. In 2010, she became the first Black woman to serve as the minority leader in the Georgia House of Representatives. In 2018, she ran for governor of Georgia, coming within a few percentage points of victory in a highly contested race. Since then, Abrams has dedicated herself to promoting fair and equitable access to the ballot box. She founded Fair Fight, which protects voting rights and ensures fair elections nationwide. And in 2020, she played a crucial role in turning Georgia blue in the presidential election and the subsequent Senate runoff races. Abrams remains an inspiration to millions of Americans, and now acts as co-founder of NOWaccount Corp. a financial services firm with a focus on solving cash flow challenges for small businesses.