May 22, 2017 at 8pm CST is the date for our next #blkcreatives chat. Here’s everything you need to know.
TOPIC: Real Life Money Management Strategies For #blkcreatives
Here at #blkcreatives, we’re all about the telling the truth. With entrepreneurship and freelancing being “in” right now, is it really all it’s packaged up to be? This chat will dig into how freelance life and work looks different for us and how to approach it in a way that builds you and your career up.
WHAT & WHO: #blkcreatives is an agency that empowers Black Creatives to establish the best connection connection possible between their personal development and their success.
Born in April 2015, our monthly Twitter chat discussions revolve around a specific topic that relates to our personal development and growth as people and professionals.
Here are our four guests for this chat:
Anthony Copeman is a cultural engineer, community servant, and Chief Freedom Fighter. Born and raised in Harlem, NY, Anthony always had a creative and entrepreneurial mindset that endowed him to strive to transform communities of color. He has a strong passion for empowering others to live fully and chase freedom through financial education. He believes that no matter who you are or pretend to be, that life will happen to you, but it is up to you to define spaces which attempt to confine you. Anthony is a current resident of Philadelphia. He is a proud graduate of Temple University with a Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting.
Learn about his mission here. Follow him on Twitter at @AnthonyCopeman.
Learn more about her mission here. Follow her on Twitter @MyFabFinance.
Dominique Broadway is an award winning Personal Finance Coach, Speaker, Finance Expert and the Founder of Finances Demystified & The Social Money Tour. Dominique has received various accolades such as the Top 30 Under 30 in Washington DC, the DC Future Business Leader of America Businessperson of the Year and the Top Financial Advisor for Millennials in the US.
Dominique’s demystified financial advice, has been highlighted on Yahoo!, Huffington Post, Forbes, USA Today, Black Enterprise, Marketwatch.com, Ebony Magazine, Levo League, Refinery29 and other media outlets. She has a strong passion for working with young professionals, entrepreneurs and people of all ages to bring their Dreams2Reality.
Learn more about her here. And follow @MsFinanceCoach on Twitter.
Carl Joseph-Black is the founder of RaisingBenjamin.com a website dedicated to increasing the wealth of young black millennials by sharing insights on Capital Markets and Wealth Management that’s as easy to learn as a Drake verse. After obtaining his Bachelors degree in Finance from Kutztown University of Pennsylvania in 2011 he immediately began his career at JPMorgan where he spent 4 years working in Risk Research and Legal & Compliance. Through his work he found the need for financial literacy and empowerment among minority communities. This inspired him to create #RaisingBenjamin. During his spare time he likes to sip Jameson while reading the Wall Street Journal, and advises local businesses on growth strategies. If he isn’t doing those things he’s probably listening to Drake somewhere. You can hear more about Carl’s work on The Last Call Podcast.
Learn more about his mission here. And follow @CJoeBlack on Twitter.
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BONUS READ: Can’t wait until Monday? Check out our list of Financial Resources from #blkcreatives!