The focus of this class is to cover the themes, concepts, and conflicts that will become the foundation for future study of our African heritage.
The Education Committee is THRILLED to introduce you to our speaker:
Bridgette Howard James is a strategist, advocate, speaker, entrepreneur, community, people, and business builder. A graduate of Emory University with a degree in African American Studies, Bridgette educates and empowers business owners and entrepreneurs to build strong communities through small business. Her passion for community outreach, engagement, and small business is heavily influenced by her family heritage of community building and advocacy. Her favorite books are narratives and literature representing the African Diaspora.
Currently, Bridgette resides in Tennessee where she teaches and mentors black women on how to define their vision, create a sustainable plan, and put it to work so that they can dominate their lane in the Marketplace. Bridgette believes that times of transition can yield bountiful growth transforming obstacles into your advantage.
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