Frontline Conversations featuring Tené Dolphin ('12)





Greater Washington Black Chamber of Commerce has its first-ever Executive Director. Tené Dolphinn ('12) is beginning her 100-day plan to scale the organization into a regional powerhouse for Black business leaders and entrepreneurs. Their aim is to empower the Black community in our region through education, enterprise, and entrepreneurship. An urgent goal of this growing initiative is to help Black businesses surpass the disproportionate hardships they are experiencing due to COVID-19. 

Join us for Frontline Conversations to hear more about the new trajectory of the Greater Washington Black Chamber of Commerce and how Tené plans to foster strategic business relationships, partnerships, and alliances with key community, corporate, industry, and political leaders.

Tene Dolphin ('12) Bio

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