08/21/19: 5 Ways To Galvanize The Next Generation Of Multicultural Businesses Owners

By Carla Harris, Swaay

Thirty years on Wall Street has taught me a few things about being a woman in the business world that I’d like to share with the next generation of multicultural women who want to start and scale a business. In the early days of my career, I had my own personal missteps amidst numerous victories.

I always vowed that when I reached senior management, and people came to me for advice, I would provide them with the tools, strategies and pearls of wisdom honed by my own experience. That’s why it is such an honor to be chair of the National Women’s Business Council and have an independent platform from which to share my pearls of wisdom. Here are five of my “Carla’s Pearls:”

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