We are living in times of great economic trouble. Some of the issues that we are facing in the nation today haven’t been seen since the great depression. Specifically the African-American community has been one of the communities hit the hardest. Is there a historical connection between the African-American experience and how we handle money today. How can we turn our mentalities around and what is the role of the African American male in the economic crises. Join me and my special guest Tawan Davis as we discuss “Financial Trends in The Black Community”.
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Learn More About My Guest:
By comparing him to President Bill Clinton, Newsweek Magazine recognized Tawan Davis as one of America’s emerging economic, social and political leaders.
Presently,Davis serves as Vice President for New York City’s Economic Development Corporation and Adjunct Professor of Finance and Economics at New York University (NYU).
During his career in finance, Davis has invested and managed billions of dollars of real estate and private equity investments for the likes of Goldman Sachs and Prudential Financial.
Despite his work in economics and finance,Davis remains committed and involved in his community. He serves as an Associate Minister at the Historic Kelly Temple Church of Harlem and as a member of the Boards of Directors of Harlem Hospital, and the New Horizons Children’s Advocacy Corporation.
Davis graduated with honors from Georgetown University, earned a Masters of Sciences from England’s Oxford University and earned his Masters of Business Administration from the Business School at Harvard University.