Welcome back to America’s leading higher education podcast! In this EdUp Experience Episode, sponsored by the Black History and Culture Academy, we welcome Nnenna Darlene Umelloh, CEO & Founder, Black Hair Management! Listen in as Joe & Liz talk with Nnenna about her story as an entrepreneur and why her company is needed now more than ever.
Nnenna Umelloh is a Data Analyst, seasoned strategist, and entrepreneur. She is the Founder and CEO of Black Hair Management. Nnenna proactively advocates for the wellbeing of Black women and women of color. In three months, she tripled her team and acquired 3 new brand partnerships. She built her career on two core values: transparency and social justice advocacy. As an Impact Founder, she incorporates community and social justice advocacy into every aspect of her business. When she isn't working or community organizing, she's probably reading a good book.
She earned her BBA in Marketing and a BA in Liberal Studies from the University of Houston. She also has a Masters of Science in International Business and a Masters of Science in Business Analytics from the Hult International School of Business.
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