Diverse Entrepreneurs

Diverse Entrepreneurs

Many of our students don’t see themselves mirrored in the entrepreneurship videos, guests, and case studies we use.

But what if we created a set of resources and best practices to show ALL our students who they can become?

If you’d like to help create, and have access to, a set of diverse entrepreneurs examples and success stories that highlight under-represented groups, then please click the button below.

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We want to highlight successful and traditionally under-represented entrepreneurs so students see a wide range of…

  • Races
  • Genders
  • LGBTQ+ identities and
  • Neurodivergent identities

…throughout their coursework.

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Want to ensure this project succeeds? We’re looking for educators who can help with any of the following:

  • Share success stories you have of under-represented entrepreneurs
  • Research new success stories
  • Finally, share any research or best practices you have for supporting under-represented entrepreneurs

Overall, if you’d like to contribute to the project and get access to the diverse set of examples and success stories we produce, please join us.

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What’s Next?

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