Twitter Chat: Wes Moore to Talk Social Entrepreneurship and Education

The Army vet is using entrepreneurship to inspire young minds


On Tuesday, May 5, Black Enterprise will host a Twitter Chat with Wes Moore to discuss social entrepreneurship and education, and how the former can enhance the latter. Moore is an Army combat veteran, New York Times and Wall Street Journal bestselling author and social entrepreneur. He will be a featured speaker at the Black Enterprise Entrepreneurs Summit, May 13-16, in Atlanta, GA.

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Moore is also the Founder and CEO of BridgeEdU, a first year college program that combines core academic courses, real-world internships and service experiences. BridgeEdU provides its students an opportunity to earn 20+ transferable college credits through a curriculum that prepares students for their degree.

At the Entrepreneurs Summit, Moore will join the session, Can Entrepreneurs Solve the Education Crisis? Also on the panel will be actor Lamman Rucker and Christina Lewis Halpem, Founder and Executive Director of All Star Code.

The Black Enterprise Entrepreneurs Summit hosted by Nationwide is set for May 13–16, 2015 at the Hyatt Regency Atlanta. Expect innovative sessions, high-powered speakers, and an early peek at the products, trends, and services you’ll need to stay ahead of the curve. To register and find out more, visit Join us at the Entrepreneurs Summit, Where Innovation and Capital Meet.


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