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Joan Wright-Good initiated the Age-out to College initiative at her Career Mommy & Child workshop in Jamaica, which attracted the likes of Judge Lyn Toler and actress Kym Whitley. Good selected three girls from an orphanage she herself once called home, the Maxfield Park Children’s Home, to help fund their college tuition. Good has continued her…

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In celebration of Black History Month, we recognize history makers who have laid the foundation. History teaches us that these forward-thinking men and women planted seeds of possibilities. During Black History Month, U.S. Bank not only celebrated history makers, they also exemplify forward thinking. During their 2nd annual celebration of Black entrepreneurs, U.S. Bank hosted…

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Basics for Today’s Businesswomen Advice and trends for female entrepreneurs In today’s technology driven age, the successful small business owner is a savvy individual with a passion for their product. A survey recently conducted by Web.com and the National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO) gathered insights from women-owned businesses across the nation. Among its…

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Aspirations So you’re an entrepreneur… Research suggests that African Americans are more likely than the general population to have small business aspirations. But I’m sure this is no surprise to you. Many of us grew up with dreams of “being our own boss” and becoming the next neighborhood success story. Owning a successful business can…

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