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Welcome BPN’s Corporate Partners for Q1 of 2021

Miami, Florida / March 29, 2021 — Black Professionals Network (BPN), the fastest-growing professional development and industry pathway non-profit organization has partnered with the following organizations to further the mission of advancing careers, power up businesses, and build up social and economic capital for black professionals. BPN’s efforts to fulfill the vision of providing 1 million black professionals the connections and resources they need to excel and thrive requires key strategic partners to ensure pathways are lined with access points that can expand our members’ networks, professional development, and earning potential. Thank you to the following Corporate Partners who have joined us during this quarter as we work together throughout the year: Podia.com, Russell Reynolds, and Audeliss.

About Podia

Podia empowers creative entrepreneurs to make a living doing what they love. Since 2014, the company has been committed to building creator-friendly tools to help individuals sell online courses, digital downloads, membership subscriptions, and more to their audience.

About Russell Reynolds

Russell Reynolds is a management consulting firm, that assists international and domestic companies develop leaders, assess business processes, and recruit new executives. Established in 1969, the firm provides leadership and advisory recruiting services.

About Audeliss

Audeliss is an international executive firm dedicated to leveling-up executive and non-executive opportunities for women, people of color, and LGBT+ candidates. Audeliss is an executive search firm dedicated to providing placements for underrepresented candidates in executive and boardroom roles.

To learn more how to become a corporate member of the Black Professionals Network, email partnership@mybpn.org.

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