Juneteenth is Time to Reflect on Progress Made and Progress Needed

2022-06-10T10:22:30-04:00

Juneteenth is Time to Reflect on Progress Made and Progress Needed The oldest nationally celebrated commemoration of the end of slavery in the United States, Juneteenth, or African American Emancipation Day, marks the freeing of the last enslaved people more than two years after the end of the Civil War and adoption of the Emancipation [...]

Juneteenth is Time to Reflect on Progress Made and Progress Needed2022-06-10T10:22:30-04:00

Starting the Race to the C-Suite When You Are 250 Laps Behind Your Competition: The Lack of Access to the C-Suite for African-American Women

2020-03-18T03:38:44-04:00

The systemic obstacles that African-American women face begin from birth to death.  Over the next several months, I will be sharing a series embarking on how institutionalized and outdated beliefs and systems are impacting the potential revenue, cash flow, and profit for African-American women founders and lifetime earnings for African-American corporate leaders.  I shared the [...]

Starting the Race to the C-Suite When You Are 250 Laps Behind Your Competition: The Lack of Access to the C-Suite for African-American Women2020-03-18T03:38:44-04:00
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