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Jill Johnson, founder of the Institute for Entrepreneurial Leadership (IFEL), discusses the importance of mindset, relationship capital, and the difference between small business ownership and entrepreneurship. She is all about supporting Black and Brown female founders and creating a bridge between entrepreneurs and capital.
The Get Found Get Funded podcast is at the intersection of entrepreneurship and social justice where we focus on entrepreneurship as a possible path to wealth creation — specifically for Black and Latinx communities.
Jill Johnson, Co-Founder and CEO, Institute for Entrepreneurial Leadership (IFEL)
1:10 Jill’s background.
6:26 Founding IFEL.
8:45 The importance of relationship capital.
15:45 The distinction between small business owner and entrepreneur.
20:26 An example of lack of exposure.
28:40 The making of a Black Angel.
38:44 On The Color of Law.
51:21 Building wealth in the Black community.
55:32 More on what IFEL does.
1:00:59 The importance of investing in the Black community (as opposed to donations.)
1:05:06 Black Excellence.
Making of a Black Angel: https://makingblackangels.org/
Women of Color Connecting: https://www.woccon.org/woccon2021
The Color of Law (book): https://www.loyaltybookstores.com/book/9781631494536