Black Enterprise Magazine, 1999
When the only black bank in South Carolina was closing its doors, Benedict College's President and 49 other investors, put their money where their mouth is.
SBA: Hype or Help
Atlanta Tribune, April 2000
The small business administration was designed to assist all small business owners to obtain financing, contracts and training. The article examines how well it does or doesn't do that.
Women Power in Business
Vision Magazine, 1999
Industry experts credited South Carolina's ability to form alliances among entrepreneurship, government, education and industry with achieving its outstanding business results, this article profile four women who represent each of these sectors.
Wordpress, Dec. 3, 2015
Mali terrorism is just as important as when it happens any other place.
Extractive industries like oil inflate a country's per capita income, making it seem middle income, when in reality it is still a developing nation and direct assistance can still be beneficial for both the giver and receiver.
Can Ghana avoid the Hydro-carbon curse?
Ghana is deemed by many to be the most progressive and safest country in Sub-Saharan Africa. Will the discovery and production of oil cause it to regress and fall victim to the same predatory practices that have plagued so many of its peers across the continent? How can the U.S., particularly black
Spring 2001, Volume 1, April 2001
Quarterly newsletter for state-funded international trade organization.
The Green Truth
Newsletter emailed to contractor's assn., 07-01-2016
Newsletter and tips for going green.
Potential Famine Threatens Northeast Nigeria
Newsletter for association, September 2016
Briefing Memo on Humanitarian Crisis related to food security in West Africa
BWETS: Black Women Entrepreneurs Taking Stake
Women's Entrepreneurship, Vo1. II, 2014
increasing numbers of black- owned companies, which according to the U.S. Census Bureau’s 2007 economic report, jumped 60.5 percent between 2002 and 2007. More significantly, revenues and employment at black-owned employer firms grew faster than those at white-owned companies.This chapter consist
James Baldwin's Worldview on an Endangered Species: The Black Male
Baldwin wrote about the systematic and institutional perils as well as real life traumas, during the Atlanta missing children episode of the 1980s. His work could be snatched from today's headlines given the lack of recognition that "Black Lives Matter." I content in revisiting Baldwin's work and l
Staying in a Child's Place
Writers Digest contest 2000
Back in the day, children knew how to mind their manners and stay in their place, and if they didn't, somebody would provide them with correction. A coming of age story that resonates to all who came of age during the late 1960s to mid-1970s.
Dragged Through The Mud
Keeping the Faith, Smiley, 2002, 2002
The Hype Over Today's Toys
Atlanta Metro Magazine, 01-08-2018
Marketing presentation for international business consulting firm
Opportunities in West Africa
NASBITE conference 2001, 2001
Presentation on business opportunities in West Africa.