All good things must come to an end and I am so happy that Stephanie Hurlburt was my final guest. She and I spend our time together discussing many topics of interest to both of us related to inclusion, diversity, safe spaces in tech, and the importance of entrepreneurs investing in themselves by acquiring a business education foundation.
Building a successful business requires more than just understanding customer discovery, go-to-market strategies, legal issues, and raising capital. Successful businesses are built on foundations that enable leaders to turn information into knowledge in order to scale, evolve, and recover. The current challenge is that most entrepreneurs will never gain access to the type of business education they need.
For me, access to quality business education is a social justice movement and that’s why I’ll be focusing on building BizEd4All.
“Social justice is a concept of fair and just relations between the individual and society. This is measured by the explicit and tacit terms for the distribution of wealth, opportunities for personal activity and social privileges.”
BizEd4All is committed to building a more inclusive and diverse business community through business leadership education.
BizEd4all’s Core Value: To democratize business school education in an effort to help business leaders anywhere develop the skills & knowledge needed to build successful businesses.