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October 28th Breakin’ The Ceiling: Why are there still so few Black executives in America? Dick Parsons says “The problem is twofold. Too few Black executives being groomed for key posts and too many corporations hunting for talent in all the same places.” A Conversation with: • Kelvin Hawkins, Vice President Systems Group Client Advocacy and Systems Assurance at IBM Company • Armeer Kenchen, Executive Director at CornerSquare Community Capital • Nikitra Bailey, Executive Vice President at Center for Responsible Lending November 11th How to get African American entrepreneurs more access to venture capital?: In a Kauffman Foundation analysis of a 2014 Census Bureau survey, 28 percent of black entrepreneurs reported their profits were hurt by lack of access to capital, compared with 10 percent of white entrepreneurs A Conversation with: • Talib Graves-Manns, Managing Partner at Partners in Equity • Daryn Dodson, Managing Director at Illumen Capital • Farad Ali, President and Chief Executive Officer at Asociar December 9th The Business of Sports: The Business of Sports: African-Americans step up as players in the operations behind the games A Conversation with: • Roman Oben, Vice President, NFL Football Operations (Youth & High School Strategy; College Relations) • Lamont Taylor, CEO, • Rod Bridgers, Journalist/Broadcaster, HoopState Network

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Shaw University's School of Business and Professional Studies Innovation u0026 Entrepreneurship Center Presents The Fall 2020 Business Workshops

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