My Brother’s Keeper
In February 2014, President Obama launched My Brother’s Keeper to empower boys and young men of color. Foundations that supported My Brother’s Keeper invested overÂ $150 million.Â Over the next five years, they seek to invest at least $200 million, in addition to investments from their peers in philanthropy and the business community, to find solutions that have the highest potential for impact in key areas. Some of My Brother’s Keeper efforts are to assess and suggest improvements to Federal policies and regulations that affect boys and young men of color, and to promote incentives for private and public entities that develop strategies proven to be effective.
The Black Enterprise Entrepreneurs Summit hosted by Nationwide is set for May 13—16, 2015 at the Hyatt Regency Atlanta. Expect innovative sessions, high-powered speakers, and an early peek at the products, trends, and services you’ll need to stay ahead of the curve.Â To register and find out more, visit dev.blackenterprise.com/es/. Join us at the Entrepreneurs Summit, Where Innovation and Capital Meet.