Brown Forum for Women in the Law and Mills College at Northeastern Panel: The Impact of Women’s Entrepreneurship on Communities of Color

The Impact of Women’s Entrepreneurship on Communities of Color

Northeastern University School of Law invites you to a joint Judith Olans Brown Forum for Women in the Law and Mills College at Northeastern University panel on September 26, 2024. Northeastern University faculty from both campuses and other experts will discuss the various ways that female entrepreneurs have made an impact on communities of color. Female entrepreneurs have demonstrated their ability to generate record amounts of money, employ record amounts of people, including people of color, and are positioned to provide access to economic mobility for all communities. In addition to business impact, economic support from women entrepreneurs has the power to create dramatic transformations in the realm of empowerment and community development. Come hear from a variety of experts about how entrepreneurial opportunities have the power to impact communities of color.

Location:
Mills College at Northeastern University
Lisser Theater
5000 MacArthur Blvd.
Oakland, CA 94613

Time:
6:00 - 8:00 PM PT

Program:
6:00 to 7:00 PM: Reception
7:00 to 8:00 PM: Panel

Speaker’s include:

Dimple Abichandani ’02
Fellow, National Center for Family Philanthropy; Philanthropy Consultant; Former Executive Director, General Services Foundation

Darcelle Lahr, Mills College MA ’17, EdD ’18
Professor of Business Practice; John and Martha Davidson Endowed Professor, Mills College at Northeastern University

Taja Lester, Mills College MBA ’11
Founder, Health Equity Capital; 2023 Women Who Empower Innovator Award Winner

Moderator:
Christie Chung
Professor of Psychology and Executive Director, The Mills Institute at Northeastern University

Sep 26, 2024

6:00 pm to 8:00 pm

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