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Inclusion Is the Only Representation That Really Matters

How Harvard Business School case studies affect the world but have often left Black women out

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RRepresentation is often discussed as seeing oneself. Yet in a world where Black women, in particular, are vastly underrepresented when it comes to access to capital…




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Brittany Davis

Brittany Davis

General Partner @Backtage_Cap. Venture Capital. Startups. Diversity in Tech and Biz. @HarvardHBS MBA @UNC

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