Clinicians of Color

Two Black Women Launch Clinicians of Color, The Fastest-Growing Community of Black Mental Health Professionals

Clinicians of Color is a community of mental health professionals whose mission is to connect BIPOC mental health communities to services. Clinicians of Color was founded by Lisa Savage, LCSW, and Kim L. Knight five years ago. These two mental health professionals met on Facebook and immediately clicked. They realized that Black and Brown therapists were […]

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My Estate Planner

Producer of Apollo Theater ‘Amateur Night’ Publishes New Piece of Mind Estate Planner

Ask yourself… What good is a will or an insurance policy if no one can find it? Did she own stocks? Where did he bank? Who is his/her attorney? The truth is that in the blink of an eye, everything can change! That is exactly why Marion J. Caffey created My Estate Planner, a comprehensive, peace-of-mind […]

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ElevateX

Meet The Founder of the Fastest-Growing Black-Owned Digital Marketing Agency in Dayton, Ohio

Nate Dillard, founder and CEO of LunarX Agency, has partnered with four other Black-owned digital marketing agencies (Qme Spotlight, Eleviv Creative Agency, Heartland Marketing, and Hunter Brand Consulting) to launch a new suite of wrap-around consulting services called ElevateX Business Ecosystem. Dillard says that now is the perfect time to bring together the different companies to […]

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Safari

Michigan Native Opens West Africa’s Newest Black-Owned Safari in Tanzania

Paul Allen Billings, an African American entrepreneur from Muskegon, Michigan, is the owner of his very own safari in the West African country of Tanzania called VisitTanzania4Less.com. Africa is known for having the most wildlife in the world. It is also called the birthplace of the safari, which means ‘journey’ in Swahili. “We offer everyday people […]

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Stew's Hardwood LLC

Stew’s Hardwood LLC: A Family Tradition of Entrepreneurship

Kansas City native Christopher Vernon Stewart is a jack of all trades. The “do it all” carpenter/handyman/businessman, etc., is the founder of his own home improvement company, Stew’s Hardwood LLC, which opened in 2011. He is also co-owner of real estate investment firm KCS Culture. Typical of young men in the area, Chris grew up […]

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OneUnited

Loan Approved: The Largest Black-Owned Bank in the US Gives Black Business Borrowers a Chance

OneUnited Bank, the world’s largest Black-owned bank in America, has recently joined forces with Lendistry, a technology company – also Black owned –  to help Black Business owners access capital and build generational wealth with loans ranging from $50,000 to $5 million through the “OneTransaction Program.” The bank was initially established in 1968 (as Unity […]

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Costa Rica

Costa Rica’s First Black-Owned Tour Agency Allows Vistors to Explore Afro-Costa Rican Culture

Costa Rica’s first Black agency group is expanding experiences that will allow visitors to experience Afro-Costa Rican culture if they don’t have much time.  Soul Life Travel has a six-day trip to Puerto Viejo, which the founder says is the perfect introduction to Afro-Latin culture along the Caribbean Coast.  “A lot of our other tours allow people to go […]

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J White

Formerly Homeless Mother of 2 Now Owns 8 Successful Companies

Janay White, affectionately known as “The GOAT” of entrepreneurship is the CEO of eight successful companies including J White Enterprises. A mother of two from Jacksonville, Florida, Janay cultivates and creates opportunities for individuals to attain financial freedom and become prosperous in generational welfare. Working two jobs a day for a living, Janay is no stranger […]

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Chick-Fil-A

Former Intern Now Owns San Diego’s Only Black-Owned Chick-Fil-A Restaurant

Amber Thomas, who was an intern at Chick-Fil-A just five years ago, is now the owner of her very own Chick-Fil-A restaurant franchise in her hometown of Spring Valley, California, a suburb of San Diego. “I never thought coming into this parking lot saying like, ‘Hey, one day I’m going to own and operate a […]

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Recruiting Software

Entrepreneur Launches Recruiting Platform for Minority Software Developers

Meet Geno Miller, the 27-year-old serial entrepreneur and co-founder of Shtudy, a developer-focused career platform that is leading the charge for diversity in tech by connecting 10,0000 pre-vetted software engineers with job opportunities at companies that prioritize employee happiness and inclusion. Founded in 2020, they have raised $250,000 from social impact investors like Camelback Ventures, and […]

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