Nothing Is Stronger Than a Community Investing in Itself

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At the intersection of HBCUs and venture capital lies HBCUvc—a nonprofit dedicated to reimagining the venture capital ecosystem by expanding access to more Black and Brown investors. Jaisa Minor, Head of Partnerships at HBCUvc, joins James in conversation today with HBCUvc benefactors Brantly Fulton, Lab Fund recipient and CEO of Lamar IoT, and Trea’jure Dahl, Spelman College junior and HBCUvc fellow. For firsthand insights on why there is nothing stronger than a community investing in itself, listen to the full episode. 

James Thompson
SVP—Head of Diverse Markets Strategy

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