The racial wealth gap makes funding for Black Entrepreneurs difficult. The first step towards solving this problem is investing in minority founders.
The Phylanice Nashe Experience Podcast is shining a bright light on the assistance provided by The Bridge Resource Partnership Fund, started & funded by Nashville entrepreneur and philanthropist, Dr. Turner Nashe, Jr. to help Black-owned businesses, including Black Woman-Owned Businesses, bridge that funding gap.
JOIN US FRIDAY, 3/25 @ 12 pm CST LIVE on LinkedIn, YouTube & Facebook for a panel discussion with the 5 Black Woman-Owned Business Founders who received the first round of funding from the Bridge Resource Partnership Fund. Amelia Watts, Studio Bank's banker & fund liaison, joins us.
The Bridge Resource Partnership FundWebsite: https://www.cfmt.org/giving-and-investing/become-a-donor/give-to-a-fund/the-bridge-resource-partnership-fund/
Part 1 Panel Discussion Funding Black-Owned Businesses Thru the Bridge Resource Partnership Fund https://youtu.be/WVKZkB_RxdE
Host/Moderator: Phylanice Nashe, J.D., Host of The Phylanice Nashe Experience Podcast
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Amelia Watts, VP, Commercial Relationship Manager, Studio Bank
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Domonique Townsend, LSSMBB, Founder, We Optimize Work
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Dr. Jewell Winn, Co-Founder, Lighthouse on the Lake
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Nielah Burnett, MBA, CSPO, 6Sigma Black Belt, Founder, InnerG Juice & Yoga
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Ashley Brooke James, CoFounder of TRILUNA, LLC
Tanisha J. Hall, AICP, TDM-CP, CEO & Founder, Fairpointe Planning
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LinkedIn Business: Fairpointe Planning
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