The Northwestern Mutual Black Founder Accelerator (NMBFA) is officially back for a second year with a new cohort of five tech startups. The 12-week accelerator is open to Black entrepreneurs throughout the U.S. in the fintech, digital health, insurtech or data analytics industries.

This year’s cohort includes Milwaukee-based Wellacy Health. Founded by Marlon Ross, Wellacy Health helps providers better engage, monitor, and treat patients’ physical and mental health care needs.

The remaining four startups include Atlanta-based What-If Collective; Prior Lake, Minnesota-based UzObi, Inc.; Houston-based SpenDebt; and Chicago-based Centinel.

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