“GENE WADE WAS NAMED CEO OF THE PROPEL CENTER, A NEW HBCU TECHNOLOGY, AND LEARNING HUB”

Founder and CEO, Gene Wade has been named the Chief Executive Officer of “The Propel Center”.  The Propel Center is a technology and learning hub dedicated to HBCU’s you in the country. Wade was most recently the Founder and CEO of Honors Pathway in Oakland, California, a social enterprise that provided low-income students with over 500 hours of in-person coaching and mentorship while attending their first year of college for free. He also serves on the boards of the Pahara Institute, Portal Schools, and Make-A-Wish Greater Bay Area, all of which are excellent foundations for his current job with Propel Center.

Story Originally covered by “Black Enterprise”.

https://www.blackenterprise.com/gene-wade-named-ceo-of-the-propel-center-a-new-hbcu-technology-and-learning-hub-dedicated-to-preparing-the-next-generation-of-innovators-and-entrepreneurs/
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