The History and Legacy of Black Entrepreneurship in the United States initiative has aimed to provide the Keller Center community an opportunity to learn from the country’s most prominent academic scholars. 

Join us for a roundtable as we gather our spring cohort of speakers. Attend this discussion to understand how these leaders weave together their research and scholarship to help build an understanding of black entrepreneurship in America.

Featured speakers:

Betsy Schlabach

Alisha Marie Topete Cromwell

Moderated by: Ihsan Beezer and Keith Hollingsworth

Who can attend?

Open to the public, the campus community, students, postdocs, research scholars, faculty, staff, and alumni.

Registration is required.