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Monday, September 24 • 2:30pm - 3:30pm
Minorities in Technology: Navigating through the tech industry LIMITED

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Want to change the game? Get in on the discussion and Q&A about the challenges of building a tech startup as a POC. Where do you begin and how do you get funding as a minority in business when less than 1% gets an opportunity.

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Mollie Q. Coleman

VP of Marketing, Noirbnb
Mollie Q. Coleman is a growth and branding architect and a leader in amplifying brands. She is a philanthropist first, socially driven entrepreneur, and experiential marketing professional with over 10+ years in her industry. She is the Founder of High Caliber Events, currently the... Read More →
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Jide Ehimika

CFO & Co-Founder, Noirbnb
Jide’s passion is building innovative digital solutions for interesting problems. His entrepreneurship journey began 20 years ago when he started a neighborhood delivery service in his underserved Baltimore community while in middle school. This spirit of helping solve problems... Read More →
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Stef Grant

CEIO & Co-Founder, Noirbnb
Stefan is the Founder & CEO of Noirbnb, a vacation and short-term rental company created for the African diaspora and other people of color. Stefan was inspired to start Noirbnb due to discrimination he and others faced while using Airbnb. Noirbnb is meant to be a safe and welcoming... Read More →

Monday September 24, 2018 2:30pm - 3:30pm EDT
In3 2301 Georgia Ave NW, Washington, DC 20001