It was a rainy Friday afternoon and the last session for the day at the Wharton Graduate Retail Conference. I vividly remember thinking “Should I address building a business from a cultural and people standpoint? And if so, how do I make sure that the key takeaways are clear for entrepreneurs in the room?” Looking […]
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The Whitney M. Young Jr. Memorial Conference is an event centered around advancing the agenda for Black Americans through a deep reflection of where we have been, where we are and a call to actively engage in shaping the future. One of my personal highlights was having the opportunity to sit down and have a […]
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Water is one of the most precious resources on Earth and every living thing depends on it. Yet, for so many across the globe it’s either unavailable or unclean. In the US, particularly, there have been several instances of contaminated water supplies that have gone unnoticed or purposefully neglected. Majority of the areas where this […]
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I really think the message in this video drives home the shift in how we define entrepreneurship and its relationship to our purpose.
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