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Black-Owned Firm Will Manage Multimillion-Dollar Construction Projects for Texas A&M

For the third time in five years, an African American-owned project management consulting firm has landed a major deal with Texas A&M University.   A Black Enterprise Small Business Award Winner   The contract awarded this month to Houston-based Taylor Construction Management (TCM) means the firm will manage the development of capital improvement work across the university’s 11 campuses in Texas. TCM will supervise more than 1 million square feet of new and renovated real estate with...

The Woman Furthering Obama’s ‘Every Student Succeeds’ Quest

Lillian Lowery is a woman on a mission. The vice president for P-12 Policy and Practice at the Education Trust, the education advocacy organization based in Washington, D.C., Lowery has deep experience in the trenches not only as a teacher of English, as well as a high school assistant principal and principal, but also as a state superintendent of schools for the state of Maryland and the secretary of education for the state of Delaware. (Lillian Lowery. Image: edtrust.org)     Now Lowery is...

[Video] Baron Davis Launches BIG Summit

Former NBA All-Star Baron Davis. nicknamed “B-Diddy,” has been heavily active in the tech community in the past couple of years but recently, we are definitely starting to feel a lot more of his presence. There is no lack of summits or events to attend in the Bay Area. After launching the Black Santa Co., late last year, Davis has his eyes set on a new venture, the BIG (Business Inside the Game) Summit. From Tech Inclusion to Blavity’s AfroTech to our very own tech summit, TechConneXt,...

Ken Chenault to Retire From AmEx, Leaving Just 3 Black CEOs at Fortune 500 Companies

On Wednesday, Kenneth Chenault announced that he is retiring from American Express in February 2018 after serving as the company’s chief executive for the past 16 years. This leaves just three black executives leading America’s largest companies: Ken Frazier of Merck; Roger Ferguson of TIAA; and JCPenney’s Marvin Ellison.   (Image: Ken Chenault)   Back in 2007, there were seven black CEOs heading Fortune 500 companies. But by 2016, there were only five following the departure of...

Intestinal disorder left Mychael Knight in frail shape before his death

Mychael Knight, whose death recently shocked the fashion world, was already looking frail a month before his dead due to an intestinal disorder. According to TMZ, Knight attended a fashion show in New York City on Sept. 8, the last one he attended before his death. He was suffering from irritable bowel syndrome, which he said was destroying his immune system, and looked as though his health was on the decline during the show even as he posed with various models. Knight died on Tuesday morning...
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