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Author: Megan Nash

So, what’s it really like to be a Black entrepreneur today? At the Feb. 22 “Real Talk: Being Black in Business” entrepreneurship panel, a freewheeling conversation featured Black entrepreneurs and VCU alumni Shirley Crawford ‘06 and Dominic (Dom) Baah ‘22, who shared with an audience of students and faculty both personal and professional perspectives on how identity, support and wellbeing has fueled their entrepreneurial journeys. 

The panel, hosted by VCU Business’ Office of Student Engagement (OSE) and supported by the Department of Management & Entrepreneurship, the VCU Mentoring Program and the Black Entrepreneurship Network (BEN), was the first of a “Real Talk” entrepreneurship series and centered around the theme of identity, support and wellbeing, inviting an informal and insightful experience for everyone involved.

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