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Reaching Black Audiences with Real Insights
Reaching Black Audiences with Real Insights

This webinar series, brought to you by the National Black Chamber of Commerce and Nielsen, highlights and addresses important topics that are top of mind for Black business owners and brands, featuring some of today’s leading voices among the Black community from various industries and walks of life.

In this webinar, we’ll be celebrating women fueling the growth of Black businesses. Our speakers champion entrepreneurship and mentor the next generation of Black business owners. We’ve just celebrated Black Business Month in August, but we need to keep that momentum going all year and bring attention to the needs of more than two million Black-owned businesses operating across the country

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Speakers

Ayanna Khan
CEO & Founder @Delaware Black Chamber of Commerce
Ayanna Khan: In 2020, Ayanna Khan founded the Delaware Black Chamber with the mission to support the initiatives of Black business owners and foster an enterprise that focuses on success and viability. Ayanna uses advocacy to raise awareness and exposure of the company’s initiatives at the local, state, and federal levels. The organization attempts to empower Black business owners with access to education and training that keeps them up-to-date with the ever-changing standards of Delaware’s economic playing field.
Coleen Otero
Founder @CEO Chicks
Brand strategist, author, professional speaker, and founder of CEO Chicks. Coleen Otero has the blueprint for building and sustaining lucrative businesses, and she isn’t keeping it to herself. Through her work, Coleen makes it her business to uplift and empower fellow women business owners.
Charlene Polite Corley
VP of Diverse Insights and Partnerships @Nielsen
As a part of the Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion Team Charlene is responsible for thought leadership and research development leveraging Nielsen data that enables the perspectives, needs and value of historically excluded groups to be more fully understood. In her current role, Charlene also collaborates with media industry and advocacy organizations to provide insights on diverse communities. She joined Nielsen in 2009 after graduating from Florida A&M University with her BS and MBA. Outside of Nielsen, Charlene is a founding member of the Washington, DC chapter of Chief—the private network for women leaders, an event speaker, mentor, adjunct professor, wife and mom.