In ‘Titans: The 40 most powerful African Americans in business-and how they shaped our world’, Black Enterprise lists Janice Bryant Howroyd as one of the distinguished “men and women who fought the odds, suffered setbacks, regrouped, and eventually emerged victorious. Whether they conducted business from their own offices or the executive suite, their professional excellence, deal-making prowess, and unwavering advocacy converted promise into channels of prosperity and levers of power. These are the pioneers who withstood the elements—institutional racism, resistance from the business establishment, and lack of resources—to plant a flag on their own patch of territory.”
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