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Meet Michelle Johnson, marketing professional, creative director, and culture writer and entrepreneur in the coffee industry. Originally from DC, Michelle has traveled across the country and overseas discovering new and innovative ways to push the coffee industry forward. Michelle started her first barista job at 19 at an independent coffee shop in DC and later moved to specialty coffee where she thrived in the complexities of coffee. From going to cuppings to learning how to train her palate, what kept Michelle in the coffee industry was the community of baristas she met along the way.
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Adam H. Phillips joins Entrenuity’s full-time team as Chief of Staff...
Overflow Coffee Bar and Gumbo Media teamed up for Black Coffee, Black Words, an amazing evening of black education, celebration, empowerment, and reflection to celebrate Black History Month.Read Story
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The Know More Book Release PartySeptember 12 – 12, 2019 / Chicago, IL
Please join us for the book release party of Know More Nonprofits: Moving From Dependency To Sustainability! Author, Brian Jenkins, offers impactful solutions to successfully navigate the funding landscape and gain insight into cultural, racial and historical barriers African-American and Latinx nonprofit leaders typically face to secure funding.
StartingUp Now Exposure for RCA Leaders - Riverdale, ILJuly 20 – 20, 2019 / Riverdale, IL
Registration Deadline:July 13, 2019
Get Exposed to high energy, group-based learning with a Certified SUN Facilitator and learn how to get your business idea off the ground!Details
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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
Entrenuity Summer Business CampClick to Watch
Signiﬁcant Insights with Entrenuity Founder Brian Jenkins
Brian Jenkins, founder of the non-profit Entrenuity and the for-profit Starting Up Now talks about his background, and the challenges facing the black community in the conclusion of this four-part series for Black History Month. He also discusses why he founded his ministry Entrenuity, which teaches urban youth foundational principals of entrepreneurship based on biblical principles.Click to Watch