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Meet the 4 Black Women CEOs Teaching How to Invest in Real Estate, Stocks, and More

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Black Women CEOs

Meet the four Black women entrepreneurs who have launched a much-needed masterclass called The Collective Movement, a platform that educates others about investing in real estate & stocks, structuring a business, branding, and digital product creation.

They are Sierra Nicole, founder of Financially Lit in Dallas, TX; Neko Cheri, founder of Excell University in Atlanta, GA; Derricka Harwell, founder of BeautifyCredit in Southhaven, MS; and Natalie Birdsong, founder of Hair By Natalie B. in Chicago, IL.

Starting out as four complete strangers who met online and came together in the middle of a pandemic, they have since created a multi-million dollar business network that addresses the nationwide economic disparity.

In fact, in just over a month, The Collective Movement has earned well over six-figures and has created income-earning opportunities for many others within their “Inner Circle”. They have changed many lives by helping to improve financial literacy through business education and collaboration in a way that creates a lasting impact. They stand on the principles of economic growth, financial independence, entrepreneurship, and community.

Through the ashes of a country that is burning, they have been a beacon of hope for change. Right now, the world needs leaders and these ladies have risen to the occasion. Their philanthropic efforts include donations to needy families during COVID-19 and for the untimely death of Ahmaud Arbery.

Neko comments, “The only way to change the narrative is to change the narrator.”

To learn more, visit TheCollective-Movement.com or follow them on Facebook

This article was originally written by BlackBusiness.com.

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