Strong Women, Strong Coffee encourages business professionals and entrepreneurs to build meaningful connections. Fueled by caffeine & passion, this free online webinar will feature a live interview with a strong woman who has achieved success in business or entrepreneurship. The audience will hear her story of success and feel a connection with other strong women on their own journeys, finding inspiration along the way.
Join us September 23 for Strong Women, Strong Coffee featuring Connie E. Evans.
Connie E. Evans is the President and Chief Executive Officer of the Association for Enterprise Opportunity (AEO), the national trade association for microbusiness.
Evans is a visionary leader, strategist, and social entrepreneur. She founded the Women’s Self-Employment Project, the first and largest urban microbusiness development organization in the U.S. Evans also pioneered the creation of Individual Development Accounts—one of the first matched-savings programs in the country. Evans has made historic achievements, including becoming the first African-American Woman to be elected to the Board of the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago.
With international experience spanning 43 countries, Evans has lectured in numerous universities and frequently speaks at conferences around the globe. She has earned many distinguished awards, including: the inaugural Twink Frey Social Activist Award (1999), and the Gloria Steinem Woman of Vision Award.
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September 23, 2020
8:00 am - 9:00 am