Black Entrepreneurship in America: A Historical Perspective
Sep 16, 2020
01:00 PM - 02:00 PM (America/New_York)

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Advancing Diversity: Black Entrepreneurship is a 4-part series bringing together Harvard alumni for a conversation on the universal themes and unique facets of being black within the entrepreneurial ecosystem.

This first session will set the stage for the subsequent discussions by going through relevant aspects of the history and experiences that define Black entrepreneurship in America.


Jill Johnson, ‘90, Co-Founder and CEO, Institute for Entrepreneurial Leadership


James H. Lowry, HBS, Senior Advisor, The Boston Consulting Group 

Ron Mitchell, ’92, HBS ’97, Founder, Virgil Holdings

Susan Smith Richardson, HKS ’04, CEO & Board Member, Center for Public Integrity 

Please note that registration for this event closes 1 hour prior to the start of the session.

Organiser : Harvard Alumni Entrepreneurs (HAE)

Harvard Alumni Entrepreneurs (HAE)

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