Join Black M.E.N as we foster an environment that encourages unity and success for African American male entrepreneurs. Learn more about our next entrepreneurship program for new entrepreneurs. Seasoned entrepreneurs are encouraged to sign up as mentors and network with other seasoned entrepreneurs in attendance.
This month, our entrepreneurial expert is Emile Cambry, Founder of Blue 1647. Emile is a professor, filmmaker, and social entrepreneur who received his Bachelor's degree in economics from The University of Chicago and his MBA from Northwestern University's Kellogg School of Management.
Emile has been recognized as one of the the Top 50 Business School Professors, Ebony Magazine's Power 100, Chicago Crains Tech 50, a Top 100 Innovator in Chicago by The Chicago Tribune, 40 Game Changer Under The Age of 40 awarded by Verizon Wireless, The Community Service Award by South by Southwest Conference, and The Root 100 Most Influential African American.
Emile has led Blue1647 in its expansion from Chicago to St. Louis, Compton, and Haiti. Learn more about his experiences as an entrepreneur and biggest takeaways you can apply on your journey as a black, male entrepreneur.