Join Spectrum Reach on Thursday, June 17, 2021, at 2 pm for Rebuilding Stronger: Key insights to take your business from surviving to thriving a conversation.
The conversation is with two local experts to talk through the challenges and opportunities for businesses post-COVID.
Listen as these experts tackle the big issues and how you can set up your company for success in the future.
Tren’ness Woods-Black is a sought-after advisor, personality, and speaker in the culinary, lifestyle, philanthropic, and business corridors.
President and Chief Strategist of her eponymous corporation, and Chief Curator of cultural salon series – Cornbread and Conversations.
Culinary royalty Tren’ness is the granddaughter of the Soul Food icon, Sylvia Woods – founder of Sylvia’s Restaurant and Food Products, where she serves as the Vice President of Communications and Strategic Partnerships.
Mandy Bowman is the Founder and CEO of Official Black Wall Street, the largest app and digital platform helping consumers find reviews, and support Black-owned businesses.
After studying at Babson College and launching the Official Black Wall Street platform in 2015 and app in 2017, Mandy has to help Black businesses around the world gain the exposure and resources they deserve.
In 2020 she was named one of Entrepreneur Magazine’s 100 Powerful Women in Business, and in 2021 Forbes called her a “Standout Black Small Business Owner” to know.
The Brooklyn native is a fierce advocate for ownership within the Black community and a two-time TEDx speaker.
JoDee is a three-time National Press Women’s Award winner, Associated Press winner, and a 40 Under Forty honoree.
From reporting on avalanches in Alaska, wildfires in Nevada, and the Pentagon in the aftermath of 9/11, JoDee has covered countless stories she considers meaningful.
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