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Wednesday, December 2, 2020

200+ Black Female Founders to Meet Online For 2-Day Virtual Event Hosted By JPMorgan Chase

Women to speak at BOSS Network Minority Merchant Event

(left to right) Cameka Smith, Beverly Johnson, Racquel Oden, Saundra Davis, and Eva Robinson

NationwideThe BOSS Network, in collaboration with JPMorgan Chase and Advancing Black Pathways, will host the Minority Merchant Event series – a 2-day virtual event to educate, empower, and promote Black female founders on Dec 4th and 5th.

Black founders receive less than 1 percent of venture capital funds annually and Black women founders account for less than that, according to the Harvard Business Review. Through the Minority Merchant Event series, they will provide a platform for Black women to discuss their experiences in launching successful businesses, provide a blueprint on how to build a successful business and share strategies that Black female founders can leverage to gain access to capital.

Hosted by Cameka Smith, the Founder of The BOSS Network and presented by JPMorgan Chase and its Advancing Black Pathways initiative, the event will feature a panel discussion on “The State of the Black Female Founder” on Friday, December 4, with Beverly Johnson (Modelprenuer), Racquel Oden (JPMorgan Chase), Eva Robinson (JPMorgan Chase) and Saundra Davis (Sage Financial).

The following day’s event on December 5 will include the “Reclaim Your Future” business coaching session that will provide insights for Black women entrepreneurs on how to navigate the current economic environment and prepare their business for long-term success, with Chase Business Bankers, Lavonda Davis, and Kanayo Oweazim. The event will also include a performance from singer Tarrey Torae and poet J. Ivy.

Additionally, modeling icon and author Beverly Johnson will participate in a fireside chat with Cameka Smith.

The time is now to support these extraordinary women, who are breaking down barriers in technology and their respective industries, even in the midst of a global pandemic and social unrest that has ignited a national dialogue on systemic racism. This event, which will take place over Zoom, is open to the first 100 Black female entrepreneurs at no cost.

Register online below:

Friday, December 4: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_jssKqzRERKmBT0vTO3fGbg

Saturday, December 5: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_-83qzc22THqpK6a55YE_Fw


BOSS™ is an acronym for “Bringing Out Successful Sisters,” and the Network’s mission is to promote and encourage the small business spirit and career development of women. The BOSS Network is an online community of professional and entrepreneurial women who support each other through conversation, online, and event-based networking. To find out more about the BOSS Network, please visit TheBOSSNetwork.org. The BOSS Network was named Forbes’ “Top 10 Career and Entrepreneurial Website for Women.” With over 100,000 women globally subscribed to the mailing list, over 200,000 fans on social media throughout the United States.

About JPMorgan Chase
JPMorgan Chase & Co. (NYSE: JPM) is a leading global financial services firm with assets of $3.2 trillion and operations worldwide. The firm is a leader in investment banking, financial services for consumers and small businesses, commercial banking, financial transaction processing, and asset management. A component of the Dow Jones Industrial Average, JPMorgan Chase & Co. serves millions of customers in the United States and many of the world’s most prominent corporate, institutional, and government clients under its J.P. Morgan and Chase brands.


For press inquiries, contact Cameka Smith, Founder, The Boss Network at speak@thebossnetwork.org

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