Requirements for Economic Empowerment
Funding African Centered Education
Ironically, I doubt anyone writes a book about Black economic development actually expecting the book to be economically successful. However, a portion of any profits, however meager, that are made from the sale of this book or any consulting work that comes from it will go towards starting and funding a foundation for African Centered Education. None currently exists at any significant scale, and this is probably the single most important thing we can do for future generations. We have been mis-educated for far too long and we have the power to stop this. Please contact us if you have an African-centered school or would like to volunteer/support them. Learn more at afrikancentered.org
About the Author
Tre Baker is a Black Empowerment Engineer who started his first company at the age of 19 and has built a diverse array of entrepreneurial and corporate experience throughout his professional career. His corporate experience includes various roles at Brown-Forman, and renewable energy commercialization at General Electric. As an entrepreneur, he has founded/operated several companies in consulting, retail/e-commerce, entertainment, and blockchain. He is currently engaged in business development consulting and investment management services targeted at startup companies and small businesses, through which he has worked in the e-commerce, telecom, biofuels, mobile/web apps, automotive, real estate, cryptocurrency, and commodities trading industries.
Tre holds a degree from Vanderbilt University in Engineering Science, Management of Technology, with minors in Finance and Corporate Strategy and an MBA from Harvard Business School. He is also a member of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc., and the Emerging 100 of Atlanta, Inc. Tre was born and raised in Kentucky, and currently resides in Atlanta, GA, when he isn't traveling the world.