Luc El-Art Severe has been appointed chief of staff for the division of
policy, planning and measurement at NYC ACS.
Having a professional certification does more than prove a person's dedication to his craft – it can also serve as the key that will open the door for further career advancement.
Being able to manage money wisely is the key to creating sustainable black businesses and reducing the black unemployment rate, author and entrepreneur Mark A. Peterson says.
Optimism is back in a big way among U.S. entrepreneurs, especially the millennial set. According to a new global report, the wounds of the Great Recession have healed and more Americans are willing to take a shot at being their own bosses.
Leslie Wingo was named president and CEO of Wingo/Sanders Advertising
Agency. She replaces Bob Wingo who is now chairman of the agency’s
This week, NASCAR posthumously honored the late Wendell Scott by
inducting him into its Hall of Fame. Scott was the first African
American driver in the history of NASCAR to win a race.
Carl E. Heastie was elected speaker of the New York Assembly today. The
appointment makes him the first African American public figure to hold
Legendary educator Gwendolyn Calvert Baker talks to TNJ.com about her extraordinary career and the massive changes in the American education system.