Kimberly Bostic to be Recognized at Black Wall Street COPPIN, 2.22.19

(BALTIMORE – February 20, 2019) – Be sure to RSVP for this Black History Month Special – Black Wall Street COPPIN STATE on Friday, February 22, 2019 at 5 pm in Room 103 of the new Health and Human Service Building located at the corner of North and Warwick.

Presented by Coppin State University’s College of Business in conjunction with Bmorenews.com, this is a part of the ongoing ORIGINAL Black Wall Street SERIES *NYC *MD *DC *ATL *NOLA established in Washington, D.C. in 2011.

The aim is to celebrate black entrepreneurs and professionals as well as the people who support them regardless of race. Further, we do this in honor of the hundreds of black-owned businesses destroyed May 31-June 1, 1921 in Tulsa. The object is to promote entrepreneurship – beginning in the African American community.

Since 2011, Bmorenews.com has recognized over 1,200 individuals
from every race on earth in 5 US cities: New York, Baltimore, Washington, Atlanta and New Orleans. Honorees receive the coveted Joe Manns Black Wall Street Award.

RSVP for Friday’s event at https://blackwallstreetcoppin.eventbrite.com.

Honorees include Kimberly Bostic.

Who is Kimberly?

Kimberly M. Bostic has served her community by providing supportive housing and services to hundreds of homeless men and women in the City of Baltimore and to individuals re-entering the community from incarceration by providing them with services and housing to help them decrease the chances of recidivism.

Further, she has received funding to organize health fairs in partnership with Johns Hopkins Hospital and many others organizations to help Increase health awareness.

Additionally, Kimberly provides credit education and restoration services to help restore wealth in our low-income communities. The mission is to bring homeowners back into the city in an effort to reduce the crime rate, and increase wealth in our communities. The program allows individuals to invest in themselves by purchasing homes, building equity, and bringing value back to the community.

She also provides consulting and support for business owners and entrepreneurs. She helps both new businesses and current business owners find strategic ways to increase revenue and she helps them to manage and operate more efficiently. One of her areas of expertise is helping business owners automate their businesses so as to better save money.