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Black Girl Ventures (BGV), an Alexandria, Virginia-based nonprofit, uses crowdfunded pitch competitions to help Black and Brown women-identifying entrepreneurs succeed. Learn more about BGV and how support from Bank of America will help BGV's long-term vision to accelerate the success of Black and Brown women entrepreneurs here.
In partnership with a Northern Virginia college, this jobs initiative helps underserved students embark on a path to success
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Bank of America’s Alicia Burke spoke with nonprofit leaders and the people their organizations serve to learn how they’re positively changing their communities.
Even as local businesses reopen their physical locations, consumers continue to rely on technology, and business leaders must invest in digital offerings to strengthen their future.
We talked to Dr. Wayne A.I. Frederick of Howard University about these times of strength and change.
In this episode of our Bank of America original podcast, Smithsonian Secretary Lonnie Bunch discusses developing his passion for history and finding his calling at the Smithsonian.