Advice every Black entrepreneur should know.
HBCU Futurist Episode 3
"HBCU libraries should be built on our case studies, our life sciences," says Lael Alexander, founder of Noritivonne and 28 other companies worldwide.
HBCU Hub founder Jonathan Swindell and Black Wall Street Futurist Lael Alexander share thoughts on HBCU culture and igniting our innate potential.
A goldmine of information “hidden in plain sight” that addresses the concerns about roles to play and opportunities to seize for to become equitable stakeholders in the creation of the future.
Black Lives have always mattered. And so have Black-owned businesses.
If you’re a high school student or undergrad in need of financial aid and don’t know where to look — we’ve got you.
HBCUs account for 25% for all African-Americans with science, technology, engineering, and mathematics degrees, and have become a vital recruitment hub for Fortune 500 companies.
Ever seen a dope HBCU alum with a killer job and wondered, "how did they get there . . . and how can I? Well, you're in the right place.