Episode 84 – Black Women Raising Investment

Black Women & Leading Winning Series 8

Tobi Oredein started her career as a journalist. Founder of Black Ballard, leading media and data company with a community of over 70,000 black women.

We are exploring raising investment as a black female entrepreneur. Tobi shares her strategies to raise investment successfully and some of her proudest moments creating legacy for the next generation.

0.57 – Tell us about your journey of entrepreneurship?

3.44 – Misrepresentation of black females, entrepreneurs (less than 1%) get investment- how has that impacted your mental health?

7.16 – Raising investment is tougher for Black Founders – How have you navigated this?

17.25 – I often talk about creating multiple income streams – how important is financial freedom to you when thinking about legacy and changing the narrative on racism?

21.44 – One of her proudest roles is being a mother to her young daughter- how important is for you to build a table and leave a legacy for the next generation?

26.28 -What advice would you give to other black female founders?

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