Sustaining Black Businesses with Khamil Bailey

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I will summarize our latest conversation with Khamil by quoting something she said during the interview “When black and indigenous folks have their needs met when the most marginalized communities have their needs met, it only positively impacts everyone else.”

About our guest Khamil Bailey

Khamil Bailey is founder of Cocoapreneur Pgh, co-founder of Greenwood Week Pittsburgh, co-founder of Greenwood Plan nonprofit, and owner of Emerald City Pittsburgh coworking space. As a Black business advocate, Khamil works to ensure equity and economic justice for Black people by making sure Black entrepreneurs have the same resources and access to opportunities as everyone else.

Social: @cocoapreneurpgh

About W.E. (Women Entrepreneurs) Podcast

W.E. is a podcast about and for women entrepreneurs. There are so many badass women worldwide killing it with their businesses! On W.E., our host Meesha Gerhart, found of Redtree, and guest Entrepreneurs sit down with these women and learn about how they got started, the challenges of starting and running a business, as well as the triumphs and unexpected joys.

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