As we celebrate Black History and the contributions made to society as a whole by African-Americans in the month February, the National Black MBA Association - Washington DC Chapter turns our attention toward Black-owned businesses.
Join us on February 20 as our panel dissects the history of the Black-owned business, highlights their value within the larger Black community and shares how we can support and invest.
The evening will feature an interactive panel discussion fueled by four passionate entrepreneurs, visionaries and unabashed advocates for patronizing and uplifting Black businesses and their owners.
Mitch Brooks - COO, Document Systems, Inc. & CEO, Urbane Entertainment
Rakia Finley - Co-Founder, FIN Digital & Founder, Surge Assembly
Ivory Johnson - Founder, Delancey Wealth Management, LLC & President, 100 Black Men of Greater Washington
Angel Rich - CEO, The Wealth Factory, Inc. & Author, "History of the Black Dollar"
General meetings are FREE for financial members and $10 for non-members. (Join or renew your NBMBAA membership today.)
Seats are few, and demand high, so advanced RSVP is strongly encouraged.
When: Tue Feb. 20
6:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Address: 1495 F St NW,
Washington DC,US 20004
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