We often worry that we don’t have enough resources in our community to go around. When we see someone in our society that does what we do but does it better than us, many times we get a little nervous.
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Ralph McCoy of PHF Design is a freelance Graphic Designer and photographer that has an extreme passion for helping small business brand themselves. It all started back in 2006 when he design his first logo for a billiards company. The idea of desiging something from notes taking from client and a blanks sheet of paper. I felt designing was something new and exciting, it gave me chills, those chills soon would turn into my passion! Natively from Kansas City, Mo , he now lives in Fountian, Co. Networking and attending MBC events has allow him to connect with small business and grow his business even more!
Students in grades 6 - 12, experience a day full of learning and fun. Registration is FREE. Breakfast and lunch will be provided. Parents are also welcome to attend our Parent Workshop. Located on the beautiful Colorado College campus in Colorado Springs.
As a leading expert in Managed IT Services and Cybersecurity for business, Firma IT Solutions offers a comprehensive solution to ensure the confidentiality, integrity and availability of your business data. With operations in Key West, FL and Colorado Springs, CO, we are able to create jobs and provide opportunities to the new cyber workforce to better protect local businesses and consumer data.
The Colorado Springs Black Business Network is a group designed to create an environment of business, personal and community empowerment for black business professionals and business owners.
Brown’s Car Service is a town car service that provides affordable airport car shuttling Service to and from Denver International Airport (DIA) and Colorado Springs Airport (COS).
Ronnie started in the auto industry in 1993 - selling cars at a dealership in Minnesota. After 5 years he realized he wanted to offer his clients something more... He really wanted to offer a solution to people's needs instead of selling them a car that day. Becoming a broker has given him the opportunity to be unbiased about any car, and helpful to people. In 1998 Ronnie joined AutoSearch USA, and eventually bought the Southern Colorado franchise in 2007. "I love what I do! I like to help people, and I am looking forward to helping you!"
The Venus Collective is a community of women on a mission to empower our community to live holistically. We believe that when a woman is empowered, awakened, and liberated, she can impact her community in an extremely positive way. We believe this world can get better through an army of empowered and awakened women.
I grew up in a single-parent household in the projects on the Southside of Chicago. I reasoned that if I could solve my own problems, I might be skilled enough to help others. So, I decided to pursue a career in psychology.
When drugs are first placed on the market, there are so many unknowns of how the drug will affect a black person. We need to be as prepared as possible.
We are a multifaceted organization. We develop athletes to compete at the next level. We do community events to help raise funds for different community organizations.
Build quality relationships with the kids. When you have that strong connection with them, they trust you, believe in you and the system that you are bringing in.
My name is Beverly Besha. I am a 41-year-old single parent who enjoys parenting seven amazing children. My children are ages 22, 17, 16, 18, 13, 11, and 10. I own a business in the social service industry in Milwaukee, and in West Allis, Wisconsin; I’m also pursuing my doctoral degree in Public Policy with a focus on Social Policy. I currently hold a Master’s Degree in Organizational Management & Leadership, and a BS in Human Services with a Criminal Justice Concentration.
I grew up in this little farm in Kenya that our family took care of. We took care of the goats and cows. We didn't go anywhere else. If you go to different places, they don't speak your language, and we didn't have a vehicle to go places. Our community had a couple of vehicles that were used if there was something significant, like going to the hospital. But we never left our community except to go to walk to school
If you feel like you're doing everything wrong, that's normal. You're transitioning from a mindset of what school is to what school is going to be for your family.