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4 Ways Optimism Is a Competitive Advantage for Black Female Founders

Number two is one we all need

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TThere’s no denying that African American women are the fastest-growing group of entrepreneurs in the United States. In less than two decades, Black women-owned businesses have increased by 322%. And in almost every industry — from sustainable food to renewable

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Courtney Caldwell

Courtney Caldwell

Cofounder of @ShearShare | @DMNews 40 Under 40 | Top #Nifty50 Women in Tech | @SMU AlumniBoard | @TMI Board of Trustees | Superman's Wife | Mom of a Jr Olympian

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