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COVID-19 and the deaths of Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, and George Floyd presented the nation a unique opportunity for restorative justice and racial healing.— An opportunity to address systemic inequity and wealth inequality in America, particularly for Black women entrepreneurs, girls, and communities of color.
In its 2021 Black Womenomics Report Goldman Sachs acknowledged that by addressing banking and workplace discrimination and unconscious bias—and specifically investing in Black women—the US could remarkably change the wealth trajectory of Black women professionals and entrepreneurs; in turn improving the overall economic condition of Black families and communities across the nation. This change would close the race and gender gaps in earnings, capital access, financial information, and housing; in turn closing America's wealth gap.
Join the Women's Economic Institute at the 3rd Annual Phoenix Black Women's Equal Pay Forum— Black Womenomics 2021— Saturday, July 31st for a powerful forum on closing the wealth and income gap and empowering Black and minority women entrepreneurs.
Our featured empowerment speaker is the incomparable Dee Marshall. Dee is a phenomenal coach and former wall street executive. She's graced the stages and pages of BET, Black Enterprise, CNN, Forbes and many other noteworthy media platforms discussing brand building, DEI, and Black entrepreneurial empowerment. Our goal for the day is to find ways to level up your business, your life, and your network.
Other notable guests include Arizona Secretary of State Katie Hobbs, Kimber Lanning of Local First, professional trainer/speaker and Axon representative Sasha Simmons, Angela Garmon with ARG Coaching and Consulting, and Cheryl Jones designer of the Rhythm Rumble Workout.
Come for the Forum stay for the VIP networking lounge and reception 2:30pm-4:30pm with DJ 1Period. Get your tix today...right here, right now by clicking on the Eventbrite Tix button!
Until then...Level Up!
Stay tuned for more information on Black Womenomics and closing the wealth and income gap for BIPOC women and girls.
Vendor registration for Phoenix, AZ will reopen in 2022. In the interim, please support BIPOC women vendors in your local communities. Let's use our green dollars to empower BIPOC women and girls of color.