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Getting It Done: The Quest for Black Economic Empowerment


In partnership with Points of Light, join Morehouse College at 1 p.m. EST, Dec. 15 for the next #ListenLearnAct conversation, “Getting It Done: The Quest for Black Economic Empowerment.” Learn about today’s strategies for using entrepreneurship and business ownership as a pathway for building economic mobility. 

Register here for the Dec. 15 conversation and hear from the following speakers as they discuss today’s strategies for using entrepreneurship and business ownership as a pathway for building economic mobility. 

  • Tiffany Rogers Bussey, DBA, MBA, MSc, PMP, executive director, Morehouse College Innovation & Entrepreneurship Center
  • Melissa L. Bradley, founder of 1863 Ventures
  • Dale Royal, executive director, Atlanta Office of Local Initiatives Support Corporation (LISC)
  • Phillip Scotton, franchise owner, Ben & Jerry’s Southeast