“Green’s My Color: Economic Empowerment and Black Entrepreneurship in 2017”

Join The Brotherhood and Jumpstart Inc. for a moderated panel and honest conversation about black entrepreneurship in 2017 and beyond. The event, titled “Green’s My Color: Economic Empowerment and Black Entrepreneurship in 2017,” will he held Thursday, Feb. 16, from 6 to 8 p.m. in the Thwing Center atrium.

Hear from local Cleveland entrepreneurs about the paths they have taken to become entrepreneurs and the challenges and opportunities they face. Each entrepreneur will share his or her story, followed by a panel discussion.

The panel will be composed of:

  • Brandyn Armstrong, cofounder of Studio Stick;
  • Angela Flowers, cofounder of Making a Difference Consulting and Children and Family Therapeutic Solutions; and
  • Tasheika Johnson, founder of eAdhere Solutions.

The audience will have the chance to ask questions and network.

Food and beverages will be provided.

Registration is available online.