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ENTRENUITY WELCOMES LIV ROSKOS AS EVENTS PRODUCER

September 6, 2022

Liv Roskos Peterson is a 31-year-old Chicago-based singer/songwriter/violinist and Entrenuity's Events Producer. Liv is responsible for the Overflow After Dark concert series hosted in the former home of Vee-Jay and Brunswick Records, 1449 S Michigan Ave, now owned by Entrenuity. Liv's vision for Overflow After Dark is to provide artists, entrepreneurs, and guests with an exceptional performance experience in a place where music history was made. Overflow After Dark has featured local Chicago talent such as Sharon Irving from America's Got Talent and D.Lylez from The Voice. Other notable artists to perform at Overflow include Sam Thousand, Attack the Sound, and more! Overflow is a space for ideas to flow, friendships to form, connections to be made, problems to be solved, businesses to grow, art to flourish, and great coffee to be served. Liv's original music is birthed out of the everyday human experience. Through an eclectic mix of jazz/pop fusion Liv shares stories of hope, love, and inspiration.

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LBJ Featured in Wheaton Alumni Magazine

July 7, 2022

When L. Brian Jenkins M.A. ’93, completed his master’s degree in theology at the Wheaton College Graduate School, he had a passion for urban ministry. But his career found an unexpected intersection with entrepreneurship education.

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Entrenuity Featured in Morgan Stanley Report

July 7, 2022

The Morgan Stanley Philanthropy Management team developed Mind the Gap: A Guide to Advancing Racial Equity Through Philanthropy to provide an actionable framework for clients to identify tangible ways in which they can integrate a racial equity lens into their charitable giving.

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WORLD BUSINESS CHICAGO Black and Latino Excellence Investment Summit

June 22, 2022

The World Business Chicago Community Impact team held the inaugural Black and Latino Excellence Investment Summit (BLES) Thursday, June 16, at the Museum of Science and Industry, where 11 local small businesses were recognized for their participation in the program.

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JUNETEENTH 2022

June 7, 2022

On January 1, 1863, President Lincoln's Emancipation Proclamation became official, making slavery illegal in the United States and declaring all slaves free:

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