Episode 26

From Teacher to Business Owner

Marsha Robbins, a teacher and educator, who launched her own business Dramatic Education Inc. She gives gems on nonprofit vs profit organizations and gives the work flow and work ethic from the top down. She also gives generational wealth tips on raising kids and exposing them early. She also shows how her experience as a teacher helped give her creative ideas to launching her own co-op business in Winter Park Florida which is a hot bed for real estate. Tune in now. Black Men Sundays has been recognized as #36 of the top 80 Black Business podcasts. Check out the complete list at https://blog.feedspot.com/black_wealth_and_investing_podcasts/

About the Podcast

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Black Men Sundays
This podcast offers professional techniques for building generational wealth and general finance tips aided by weekly guest speakers who are professionals in finance.

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Corie Murray

Emmy Award Winning News Photojournalist of over 20 years that has covered major trials, hurricanes, and all major news stories happening around the United States and Central Florida. A native of Brooklyn, NYC and educated in Newport News and Hampton, Virginia. Graduate of the FAMU School of Journalism with emphasis on the science of Broadcast Journalism. Interests include buying stocks to increase portfolio, property ownership, and learning to be more financially sound, and is an avid investor in African American businesses.