Venture Equity Project Podcast: Entrepreneurial Storytelling and What it Means to be a ParentPreneur (James Oliver, Jr.) – Episode 9

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The Venture Equity Project Podcast is a storytelling platform where we bring on the world’s most incredible entrepreneurs, forward thinking academic, nonprofits, and venture partners to talk about how we can take steps to fix the complex problem of inequity in venture. Host Weilyn Chong will help us gain insight on everything from how we can increase access to capital for underrepresented entrepreneurs and tips on getting in front of VCs and angels.

In this week’s episode of The Venture Equity Project Podcast, James Oliver Jr, Founder of the ParentPreneur Foundation, co-host of his own podcast Parents Making Profits, CEO and Co-founder of Kabila, and Co-Founder of the world’s cutest twins, Thaddeus and Zoe, shares his authentic journey as a founder and the role entrepreneurial storytelling played in building the Foundation.

The Nasdaq Entrepreneurial Center is proudly hosting and producing this podcast. The Center is a non-profit that is building a better path for entrepreneurs worldwide by improving inclusion, access, and knowledge in entrepreneurship.

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