Angela Rye Sits Down with Black Cooperative Investment Fund
A Conversation with Empowermenteur - Advocate - Political Strategist, Angela Rye
LOS ANGELES - July 10, 2020 - PRLog -- The Black Cooperative Investment Fund (BCIF) Salon Series is back and in conversation with Political Strategist, Angela Rye. We're looking forward to a dynamic and thought provoking conversation as she shares her professional journey and the importance of championing social justice issues that continue to plague the Black Community.
BCIF is California's only community-based, non-bank controlled, microlending nonprofit organization that is specifically focused on economic empowerment for the Black community.
BCIF President/CEO Robert Lewis said, "BCIF is pleased to continue providing a platform, through our salon series, for African American thought leaders, entrepreneurs, and global brands -- inspiring all of us to advocate for economic empowerment. Angela Rye is authentic and serious about positively impacting the trajectory of the Black community and we're excited to have her as our next guest speaker."
The BCIF Board will be available to encourage non-members to join the movement with their financial commitment and members to continue inviting colleagues, family and friends to increase our economic footprint.
Founding Board Chair, Melanie Mack, will moderate the conversation and Q&A with Angela Rye.
To register for this event, please visit: https://tinyurl.com/
To learn more about Angela Rye, visit www.angelarye.com
Based in Los Angeles, the Black Cooperative Investment Fund (BCIF) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, community-based fund that utilizes cooperative economics to build financial assets for Southern California's African American community. Founded in 2016 and officially launched in 2017, BCIF pools dollars from individuals and corporations that are passionate about economic empowerment for the African American community and distributes those funds via microloans. BCIF's vision is to provide a dedicated, reliable and perpetual source of capital to create assets and build wealth for, and within, African American communities.
For more information, contact BCIF at: www.bcifund.org or (310) 904-6336.
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