Lack of diversity in technology is a problem that persists. Most experts confirm – minorities experience bias in AI related economic outcomes. Learn how we can solve these problems and achieve equitable outcomes for all communities.
FSIC American Innovation and Opportunity Fund (AIOF) in association with the Leading Ladies of Richmond and the SCL Global Policy Initiative are excited to announce the date for their “Small Business Lending Workshop”. The event will be held via webinar on February 25, 2021 at 7:00 pm ET.
FSIC American Innovation and Opportunity Fund (FSIC) congratulates graduate Jordan Fitts from its most recent Dream Creators Workforce Development cohort. All program participants/students in the FSIC program receive advance training and incidental support prior to attended the Nash Community College Underground Electrical Line Construction program. Mr. Fitts recently received his graduation certificate and started his new job with Pike Energy in Raleigh, NC.
The next event in the #FSICHealth Series of Webinars
Please see posted video of recent #FSICHealth event addressing Football and the dangers of COVID for all involved.
These “capitalists” [professional sport teams owners] understand that in order to have a thriving, competitive marketplace, a winner take all “laissez faire” economic approach does not work. In order to support a 30-40 team league, owners understand that the wealthier markets must support the smaller, poorer markets.
“THE STATE OF HEALTH FOR BLACK MEN IN AMERICA” SERIES: COVID – MYTHS, FACTS & FEARS