Lead to Change
Three Lead to Change Entrepreneurs tell their story about entrepreneurship as a pathway to being heard, accepted and a way to give back to society.
Moxe, located in Chicago's South Loop, provides a professional co-working space and coaching services for entrepreneurs to launch and grow their business.Click to Watch
Introducing mox.E Women--a group of Christian women entrepreneurs in Chicago who meet monthly to encourage, inspire and help one another grow personally and in business.Click to Watch
Everyone has dreams. Everyone has ideas.
— L. Brian Jenkins, Founder and President of Entrenuity
Black History Month 2018
Black History Month, initiated by Carter G. Woodson as Negro History Week in 1926, was federally recognized by President Gerald Ford in 1976 and has been designated by every American president since as Black History Month and endorsed with a specific theme.Read More
Lead to Change
Kelvin, Mica and Afolabi share their stories about entrepreneurship as a pathway to being heard, accepted and a way to give back to society. Read more about how Entrenuity is leading to change via entrepreneurship on the News page.Watch Video
More Success for One Last Prayer!
Another exciting development for Myron Davis and the cast and crew of One Last Prayer--a distribution agreement with Green Apple Entertainment!! Find this story on the News page.Watch Trailer
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