Founder and CEO of Walker’s Legacy will deliver the keynote address during the Small Business Matters Entrepreneurship Summit.
Natalie M. Cofield, Founder and CEO of Walker’s Legacy – an organization committed to the empowerment of professional women of color – will deliver the keynote luncheon address during the National Urban League Annual Conference: Small Business Matters Entrepreneurship Summit. The Wells Fargo sponsored Summit will be held in Baltimore, MD Saturday August 6, 2016 at the Baltimore Convention Center.
Natalie M. Cofield, a serial entrepreneur and industry expert on women of color in business, will give remarks on the challenges and triumphs of her entrepreneurial journey. In addition to Cofield’s remarks, Walker’s Legacy will participate as an exhibitor in the Empowerment Room, where attendees can meet public and private sector representatives to learn about opportunities for business growth.
“I’m honored to be participating in such a capacity at the National Urban League Annual Conference,” said Cofield,
“I look forward to what I know will be an inspirational conference for myself and those who connect with Walker’s Legacy during the event”
The National Urban League will conduct a Business Pitch Competition to be held during the Summit. It will allow existing business owners the opportunity to pitch their product to a panel of expert judges and vie for a chance to win up to $20,000 in financing and training.
The Walker’s Legacy Empowerment Room exhibit will center around how the fastest growing entrepreneurial community in the nation, Black and Latina women, play a large role in the small business landscape and the opportunities Walker’s Legacy provides for this group of entrepreneurs. To register for the Small Business Matter Entrepreneurship Summit, click here.