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Wealth$hare App: Changing Lives Through Education & Opportunity

Since the age of fifteen, Shanté Davis has always gravitated towards “roles of helping others,” commonly pursuing careers in sales and customer relations. After seeking her postsecondary education in Business Administration and Management from Georgia State University, she gained extensive experience working for various Fortune 500 companies, such as Grand Hyatt, Coca-Cola, and Chick-Fil-A. Her intense passion to be involved in the community and support others was tremendously impacted by working for these corporations yet succeeding the fifteen years of climbing up the corporate ladder, Davis desired to “Have more freedom and strived to think outside the box of her roles.”

Wealth$hare App: Changing Lives Through Education & Opportunity

Amber Meshack: Directing Innovation that Changes Lives

Today's most prominent organizations relentlessly focus on innovation as one of their top strategic priorities. To remain relevant and top of mind in an increasingly demanding society, companies typically approach innovation by evolving their technology, engineering, processes, or testing the biggest, newest, and brightest ideas. Yet there's usually one critical centerpiece that is either missed altogether or simply an afterthought — the people.

Amber Meshack: Directing Innovation that Changes Lives

Full-bodied, Powerfully Sophisticated, and Distinctly African: Jennifer White, the Founder of Roots & Vines Wine

Americans love wine. Globally, not only are we the top buyers, but we're also the top drinkers. In 2018 we spent $14.4 billion and consumed 33 million hectoliters of wine—nearly 15% of the global total. One hectoliter is 26 gallons alone! With costs ranging from $2 to up to the thousands for a single bottle, and flavor profiles just as extensive, you can bet there is something for everyone.

Full-bodied, Powerfully Sophisticated, and Distinctly African: Jennifer White, the Founder of Roots & Vines Wine

The Business of Business: An Interview with Constance Anderson

The nature of business is continually evolving. Since March, small businesses across the country have adapted to limited in-person contact and other challenges brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic. For small businesses struggling to adapt or get off the ground, The Center by Lendistry, led by President, Constance Anderson has become a trusted partner in a challenging time.

The Business of Business: An Interview with Constance Anderson

Finding Hope and Healing at the Tolbert Center for Rehabilitation and Wellness: An Interview with Dr. Glenna and Kelvin Tolbert

Perhaps it was the tranquil color of the paint on the wall, the backdrop of the fountain, the aromatherapy scent permeating the room or the 'FAITH' sign hanging on a patient room that made me feel at ease when I met the husband and wife team, Mr. Kelvin and Dr. Glenna Tolbert, of the Tolbert Center for Rehabilitation and Wellness where they strive to help people find hope and healing from a life with pain. 

Finding Hope and Healing at the Tolbert Center for Rehabilitation and Wellness: An Interview with Dr. Glenna and Kelvin Tolbert

Better Than Expected: Restaurant Owner Robert Smith on How COVID-19 Affected His Business

2020 has been a difficult year for small businesses. In-person dining was one of the first activities to be shut down, and restaurants quickly had to adapt to only providing takeout, delivery, and some outdoor dining. For Robert Smith, owner of Blessed Tropical Jamaican Cuisine in Inglewood, CA, it was just the latest challenge to overcome in the restaurant's 12-year history.

Better Than Expected: Restaurant Owner Robert Smith on How COVID-19 Affected His Business
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