With his PlayVS e-sports platform, Delane Parnell is creating a valuable scouting grounds for new tech talent. Continue reading Meet the 26-year-old entrepreneur turning high-school gamers into varsity athletes
Once a beacon for more minorities to join him in Silicon Valley, the former tech and media darling enters a deal that will help to secure his legacy—and P&G’s. Continue reading Tristan Walker announces acquisition by Procter & Gamble, will remain as CEO and move company to Atlanta
Members and leaders of the National Black MBA Association® will soon have the opportunity to travel to Ghana and Liberia for the Association’s second annual trade and education mission, taking place from Saturday, February 16, through Sunday, February 24, 2019. Continue reading National Black MBA Association® Members Travel to Ghana and Liberia for Trade and Education Mission
When Patricio Manuel steps through the ropes and into the boxing ring just after 6 p.m. Saturday, few in the crowd at the Fantasy Springs Resort Casino in Indio will know what a long and torturous trek he made to get there. Continue reading Pat Manuel will make history as the first transgender male to fight professionally in the U.S.
These three Black women changed the course of history. Continue reading NASA Headquarters Could Soon Name a Street in Honor of the Women Who Inspired Hidden Figures
Eddie Ndopu wants to become the first physically disabled person to travel to space. MTV will follow a South African activist on his quest to become the first physically disabled person to travel to space. Continue reading MTV to Chronicle Disability Activist’s Quest to Travel Into Space
The holidays are always busy for Gregg Bishop, the commissioner of the New York City Department of Small Business Services, which kicks into high gear during the consumer frenzy of December. Continue reading How Gregg Bishop, Small Business Expert, Spends His Sundays
Hooker was the first Black woman to enlist in the U.S Coast Guard. Continue reading Dr. Olivia Hooker, One Of The Last Survivors Of The Tulsa Race Riots, Dies At 103
You know her best from directing A Wrinkle In Time, Selma, and the documentary 13th, but uber talented director/producer/documentarian Ava DuVernay is moving into TV in a big way. Deadline reports that DuVernay just landed a $100 million television deal with Warner Brothers. Other high-profile creators like Shonda Rhimes and Ryan Murphy have made a splash with insane Netflix overall deals, but DuVernay chose to stick with Warner Bros., with whom she produced the critically acclaimed OWN series Queen Sugar in association with Warner TV. Continue reading Ava DuVernay signed a $100 million deal with Warner Brothers, and we’re so ready for this content
By 2045, people of color will make up the majority of the U.S. population.
That demographic shift, predicted by the U.S. Census Bureau, is one reason why companies are starting to take workplace diversity, inclusion and equity more seriously. Continue reading How Diversity Officers Change Corporate Culture
Statistics show that the average employee will change jobs at least 11 times in their working life and, for most people, moving into a new role is a fairly manageable transition. But what happens when you change course completely and launch a brand-new career?
Continue reading 4 Key Steps to Launching a New Career
Choosing between a one-year MBA and a two-year MBA should be a simple matter of personal choice. Yet, the reality isn’t so straightforward. Continue reading Explore Your Options: The One-Year or the Two-Year MBA?