For our March General Body Meeting, we will be hosting our annual YP Entrepreneur Marketplace featuring Black Enterprise on Tuesday, March 20th from 6:30pm to 8:30pm. We will showcase YP business owners in our midst, learn tips for starting and growing a small business, and raffle off a FREE 1-year subscription to Black Enterprise magazine!
Unfortunately we have reached capacity for this event. The RSVP list is now closed.
Everyone is welcome to join us for the Post Meeting Social starting at 8:30pm at 121 Fulton, located at 121 Fulton Street, New York, NY.
Confirmed Entrepreneurs include:
Elise James, AthletesWork, www.athleteswork.com
Isaiah Pickens, iOpening Enterprises, www.iOpeningEnterprises.com
Shaniese Grant, Savvy Cupcake, www.savvycupcake.com
Aliana Soto, Chloe + Isabel, alianasoto.chloeandisabel.com
Roz Mays, RozTheDivaMays, www.thefacebook.com/RozMTheDiva
Vatrice George, Creative Expressions, www.vatricescreativexpressions.com
Kyle McCullers, Rising Affluent, www.risingaffluent.com
Nicole Creary, IMANI, www.myimani.org
Hanif Russell, Black Business Works, Inc., www.blackbusinessworks.com
Cheick Dukuly, Primetime Media, Inc., www.primetime-media.com
Michelle Newson, Onederland Events, www.onederlandevents.com
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New York Urban League Young Professionals
The New York Urban League Young Professionals (NYULYP) is a unique entity of the New York Urban League designed to serve as an empowerment forum for individuals ages twenty-one to forty that live and work throughout the five boroughs of New York City.
This premier civil rights auxiliary group works to promote and support the mission of the New York Urban League by training the next generation of leaders through volunteer opportunities, personal and professional development and fund development. Founded April 1, 2003, the NYULYP is one of 57 chapters of the National Urban League Young Professionals. This deeply rooted movement serves as a network of young professionals across the country that works to eradicate social and economic inequalities through the local implementation of the National Urban League’s empowerment agenda.