The America21 Project: Investing in Urban Innovation

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  1. […] Womack’s The America21 Project is focused on empowering urban centers and communities through STEM education and workforce development, high-growth entrepreneurship and access to capital. With his new venture, he’s still actively engaging the District around STEM priorities. […]

  2. […] America21 Project &#1110&#1109 focused &#959n empowering urban centers &#1072nd communities through STEM education […]

  3. […] America21 Project – Fosters solutions-based &#1072&#1088&#1088r&#959&#1072&#1089h&#1077&#1109 t&#959 21st century community economic development. [Coverage] […]

  4. […] America21 Project – Fosters solutions-based approaches to 21st century community economic development. [Coverage] […]

  5. […] America21 Project is focused on empowering urban centers and communities through STEM education and workforce […]

  6. […] America21 Project – Fosters solutions-based approaches to 21st century community economic development. [Coverage] […]

  7. […] Arlene Ackerman, “who didn’t want to be bothered with it,” says Chad Womack of the America21 Project, a Philadelphia nonprofit focused on empowering urban centers and communities through STEM […]

  8. […] Womack, a black science and technology entrepreneur, who is Principal and Managing Director of the America21 Project, a Philadelphia nonprofit focused on empowering urban centers and communities through STEM […]

  9. […] Business School’s Center for Urban Entrepreneurship and Economic Development (CUEED) and The America21 Project, an outfit founded by a trio of tech innovators in their own right—A. Michael Green, Dr. Chad […]

  10. […] Business School’s Center for Urban Entrepreneurship and Economic Development (CUEED) and The America21 Project, an outfit founded by a trio of tech innovators in their own right—A. Michael Green, Dr. Chad […]

  11. […] Business School’s Center for Urban Entrepreneurship and Economic Development (CUEED) and The America21 Project, an outfit founded by a trio of tech innovators in their own right—A. Michael Green, Dr. Chad […]

  12. […] areas. “This will require a change in our mindset,” says Chad Womack, co-founder of The America21 Project, the leaders of the initiative and the co-organizers of the conference. “Take the 8-track out […]

  13. […] young companies produced all net new job growth in America since 1980. The top performing 1 percent of young companies produces 40 percent of all jobs in America in any given year according to the Kauffman […]

  14. […] young companies produced all net new job growth in America since 1980. The top performing 1 percent of young companies produces 40 percent of all jobs in America in any given year according to the Kauffman […]

  15. […] is due to startup companies five years old and younger, according to the Kauffman Foundation. The top 1 percent of those companies produce 40 percent of new jobs each year. The obvious elephant in the room is […]

  16. […] is due to startup companies five years old and younger, according to the Kauffman Foundation. The top 1 percent of those companies produce 40 percent of new jobs each year. The obvious elephant in the room is […]

  17. […] is due to startup companies five years old and younger, according to the Kauffman Foundation. The top 1 percent of those companies produce 40 percent of new jobs each year. The obvious elephant in the room is […]

  18. […] is due to startup companies five years old and younger, according to the Kauffman Foundation. The top 1 percent of those companies produce 40 percent of new jobs each year. The obvious elephant in the room is […]

  19. […] is due to startup companies five years old and younger, according to the Kauffman Foundation. The top 1 percent of those companies produce 40 percent of new jobs each year. The obvious elephant in the room is […]

  20. […] is due to startup companies five years old and younger, according to the Kauffman Foundation. The top 1 percent of those companies produce 40 percent of new jobs each year. The obvious elephant in the room is […]



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