Remote work is helping Black entrepreneurs break with generational trauma

According to a recent Future of Work Abroad survey, Americans who move, work, and start a business abroad are happier. Entrepreneurs that are not linked to consumerism can live a more free life because to location independence. This is especially true for Black entrepreneurs who choose to live, work, and grow their businesses in places other than the United States. They are tired of prejudice and are seeing that it is possible to create a business in more inclusive countries that make Black entrepreneurs feel welcome.


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We are looking for a Program Operations Manager who has a passion for people and entrepreneurship and is excited to engage city-wide stakeholders and our expansive talent network. Our new role includes high-visibility, high-impact, and will work directly with the CEO and the Board.

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