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Tuesday, April 4 • 6:00pm - 7:00pm
What is an Education Entrepreneur? FULL

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Learn about the niche field of Education Entrepreneurship and how you can leverage your expertise to impact lives. You will get to hear from 7 of the city's LEADING Education Entrepreneurs on their journeys to include successes and failures. Q & A will follow the panel,  moderated by April Bowman. 

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April Bowman

Founder/CEO, Bold Believers United
Empowering people to reach their full potential is at the core of everything that April Bowman does. She started her own business, Bold Believers United, in order to help others achieve their dreams. Through her company she provides educational consulting services, professional development, coaching, curriculum design, motivational speaking and youth empowerment programs locally and nationally. | | April was the first person in her family to... Read More →

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Guatam Bhargava

CEO, Peeyr & SATUS.org
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Dr. Candice Bledsoe

SMU Faculty & Founding Executive Director of Action Research Center, Action Research Center
Dr. Candice Bledsoe is a faculty member at Southern Methodist University and executive director of the Action Research Center in Dallas, Texas. Her research explores equity, access, and the experience of underrepresented students in higher education. She has received numerous fellowships including: The National Endowment of the Humanities, the New Leadership Academy, National Center for Institutional Diversity, University of Michigan, and Boone... Read More →
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Karen Ezell

Director, NFTE
Experienced in education efforts for at-risk students, both in developing their educational capabilities and helping to promote financial literacy among an under served youth today.  | | As the Executive Director for The Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship North Texas, I am responsible for the development of programs, funding, and resource allocation for the NFTE program in the North Texas Area.  | | Mission: The Network for... Read More →
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James Loomstein

Managing Partner, Rogue Marketing
With more than 15 years of experience in digital strategy, strategic marketing, business analysis, and consumer insights, James is all about staying a step ahead of the digital marketing status quo and doing things altogether different. James is an industry veteran with large brands and leading Omnicom agency experience serving in strategy / client service roles including Agency.com and Targetbase. James left the mega-agency world in 2010 to... Read More →
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Jay Veal

Founder/CEO, INC Tutoring
Jay Veal is an honoree of the 2017 Class of the DBJ Top 40 Under 40. | | He is the CEO/Founder of INC Tutoring which is the #1 African-American owned private, prescriptive tutoring company in Dallas. He is a true entrepreneur in Dallas that started his company literally from the ground up when it was just himself knocking on doors letting people know about his organization. DFW was missing the element in private tutoring that minority... Read More →
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Branden Williams

Founder & Executive Director, Seeds to STEM
Branden Williams is a energetic and goal-driven professional who provides awareness and tangible STEM focused opportunities in underserved areas in the Dallas/ Fort Worth Area. He has a strong work ethic, great attention to detail, and operative administrative skills. His desire is to obtain a challenging position where education and work experience will have tangible application while demonstrating exceptional service to and for the... Read More →

Tuesday April 4, 2017 6:00pm - 7:00pm
Fort Work 211 N Ervay St #900, Dallas, TX 75201