Photo by Emily J. Davis
As he turns 23 this month, the local A-Rod, as he is sometimes called, is a power-hitter on the startup scene. Read More
Asiya co-founders Fatimah Hussein [L] and Jamie Glover
Now add the Impact Hub MSP to the organizations that are looking for innovative ways to open the workforce to populations that have been marginalized in the past. Read More
Damola Ogundipe (left), Jasmine Russell (center) and Mondo Davison (right). Photo by Tate Carlson
After months of planning, the young man who calls himself “The Black Tech Guy” is resigning his day job to pursue his fledgling tech startup full time.
“I call it a leap of calculated faith,” says Davison, 31, who has put in seven years as a project coordinator with St. Paul public schools. “It’s time to give this my all.” Read More