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Aliko Dangote - #51 Billionaires, #1 Africa's 50 Richest, #71 Powerful People, #68 Real-Time Billionaires

Aliko Dangote - #51 Billionaires, #1 Africa's 50 Richest, #71 Powerful People, #68 Real-Time Billionaires

Ursula Burns, who started as an intern at the Xerox Corp., is hailed today as the first African-American woman to lead a Fortune 500 company.

Black women paved economic inroads

Ursula Burns, who started as an intern at the Xerox Corp., is hailed today as the first African-American woman to lead a Fortune 500 company.

Mike Adenuga - 5.1 Billion. Source of wealth: Oil, Telecom, Self-made. Age:61. Married. 7 children. Lagos, Nigeria Education: Master of Business Administration, PACE University, New York. - Mike Adenuga is the founder of Globacom, Nigeria's second-largest mobile phone network, with 24 million subscribers. He also owns Conoil Producing, an oil exploration company which holds the rights to some of Nigeria's most lucrative oil fields.

Mike Adenuga

Mike Adenuga - 5.1 Billion. Source of wealth: Oil, Telecom, Self-made. Age:61. Married. 7 children. Lagos, Nigeria Education: Master of Business Administration, PACE University, New York. - Mike Adenuga is the founder of Globacom, Nigeria's second-largest mobile phone network, with 24 million subscribers. He also owns Conoil Producing, an oil exploration company which holds the rights to some of Nigeria's most lucrative oil fields.

Before the Civil War there were both black men and black women nurses. In 1783, James Derham, a black nurse from New Orleans, was able to buy his freedom from slavery with the money he saved from working as a nurse. He later went on to become a well known physician in Philadelphia. He is known for becoming the first black physician in America.

Before the Civil War there were both black men and black women nurses. In 1783, James Derham, a black nurse from New Orleans, was able to buy his freedom from slavery with the money he saved from working as a nurse. He later went on to become a well known physician in Philadelphia. He is known for becoming the first black physician in America.

What Stanford Thinks Women Entrepreneurs Need to Know (Quartz): "Whether it’s your intention or not, you create your company culture and set the tone from the top. One of the biggest mistakes entrepreneurs make is just letting a culture happen. Creating your culture is just as important as tactical parts of your business like establishing partnerships and pricing your product, and people don’t often think about it that way." --Venture capitalist Fern Mandelbaum

What Stanford thinks women entrepreneurs ought to know

What Stanford Thinks Women Entrepreneurs Need to Know (Quartz): "Whether it’s your intention or not, you create your company culture and set the tone from the top. One of the biggest mistakes entrepreneurs make is just letting a culture happen. Creating your culture is just as important as tactical parts of your business like establishing partnerships and pricing your product, and people don’t often think about it that way." --Venture capitalist Fern Mandelbaum

25 Faces of the New Africa

25 Faces of the New Africa

You Need to Fail; It’s Okay. (October #MentorMonday Recap)

You Need to Fail; It’s Okay. (October #MentorMonday Recap)

susan rice, barack obama, 2009, the first african american woman, u.s. ambassador to the united nations, black history, black women politicians

susan rice, barack obama, 2009, the first african american woman, u.s. ambassador to the united nations, black history, black women politicians

Award-winning documentary filmmaker and activist Crystal Emery Crystal Emery, award-winning documentary filmmaker and activist, worries about our children; especially our girls, because they aren't seeing themselves represented as physicians when they visit the doctor's office or the emergency ...

Award-winning documentary filmmaker and activist Crystal Emery Crystal Emery, award-winning documentary filmmaker and activist, worries about our children; especially our girls, because they aren't seeing themselves represented as physicians when they visit the doctor's office or the emergency ...

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