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October 19, 2021
The Founder of the Omaha International Soccer League Makes History, Develops Partnership with the International Football Heritage Agency to Help Footballers Take Their Game to the Next Level
The Founder of the Omaha International Soccer League (OISL) has announced today a partnership with the International Football Heritage Agency as a […]
February 24, 2019
This Black Woman Created a Podcast Celebrating Entrepreneurs and Change-Makers Across the African Diaspora
Africans on the continent and in the Diaspora are doing phenomenal work but it often goes unnoticed. What’s the story behind the birth of “Dear Diaspora”? It simply shines a light on that work and amplifies it, says Nduulwa Kowa
February 24, 2019
This Black Woman is Helping Entrepreneurs Invest in & Purchase “Hard to Find” Real Estate at Discounted Prices
Daniele Kouassi is a millennial real estate investor. Originally from Côte d’Ivoire in West Africa, she has a Bachelor Degree in Pre-Law Political Science from University of Nebraska – Kearney. Ms. Kouassi started her real estate business in January 2018.
February 24, 2019
Meet Geraud Hector Gandemey, a true believer in financial freedom for the African Diaspora
A registered securities representative, and a life and health insurance licensed with over 7 years of experience in his industry. Born in Benin, West Africa, he moved to the US in 2007 to study finance and business. Geraud is passionate about helping the community through financial literacy, economic empowerment, and leadership development. Geraud’s growing organization is currently impacting families in Kansas, Nebraska, New Jersey, and Texas. He will be expanding into 3 other states (Iowa, Colorado and Illinois) within the next year.
February 24, 2019
This Black Woman from Togo (West Africa) is Helping Aspiring Entrepreneurs in the U.S. Transform Their Ideas into Profitable Businesses
Deborah Dogba realized the value of owning a business at a very young age. Living in Togo (West Africa) during her teen years during a time of political unrest taught her the importance of entrepreneurship.
February 24, 2019
Meet the Cameroonian Immigrant & Entrepreneur Partnering with Corporations in the U.S. to Bring Access to Clean Drinking Water to Communities in Sub-Saharan Africa
Cecile Mengue knows what it feels like to thirst for clean water and struggle to get it. Growing up in Cameroon, accessing clean drinking water was always an issue. After moving to the U.S. at 13 years old, all of her problems with accessing clean water went away. She had forgotten her about her struggles in Cameroon until she went back to visit as an adult.
February 22, 2019
After Being in a Coma, This Nigerian Woman Woke Up with the Ability to Carve Plain Fruit Into Beautiful Sculptures, Now She’s Using Her Skills to Build a Powerhouse Business
Born in Detroit, Michigan to immigrant parents from Nigeria (who moved to the U.S. to get an education) Gift Isiakpere has always been exposed to the best blueprint for working hard to live the life you want. Moving back to Nigeria around the age of 5 further helped her cultivate her entrepreneurial skills.