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Raena Ashley – Entrepreneur and CEO

Raena Ashley spent a good part of her teenaged years getting in trouble while living in a tough East L.A. neighborhood. But all that changed when make-up entered the picture. When she was 18, Raena learned all about eyelash extensions. Three years later, she started her own beauty education company…
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H.H. Leonards – Founder and Chairman of the O Street Mansion and Museum in DC

H.H. Leonards purchased the O Street Mansion 50 years ago as an art space, but the impact it had helping Rosa Parks is a story many may not know. Leonards got a call from Brother Willis Edwards of the Beverly Hills branch of the NAACP asking if Ms. Parks could…
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Arriel Biggs – Entrepreneur, Founder/Executive Director of Young Biz Kids

As far as Arriel Biggs is concerned, you’re never too young to be exposed to entrepreneurship, financial literacy, philanthropy, and problem-solving skills. And to that end, she is the Founder and Executive Director of Young Biz Kids, a non-profit that teaches those skills and more to the leaders of tomorrow.
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Debbie Lum – Director, Producer

An award-winning filmmaker, Debbie Lum’s projects give voice to the Asian/American experience and other unsung stories. Her documentary, TRY HARDER!, shines a light on San Francisco’s iconic Lowell High School as it follows members of the senior class as they navigate the system and the pressure they feel applying to…
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Anne Whitney Pierce – Author

Author Anne Whitney Pierce is a lifelong Cantabrigian (it’s an adjective that refers or pertains to Cambridge University in England, or in Anne’s case, Cambridge, Massachusetts). The author of several books, her most recent, DOWN TO THE RIVER, references Harvard Square in the 60s. It follows the privileged Potts family…
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