‘Apprentice’ winner Pinkett to speak at JSRCC forum
Henrico Citizen Staff Reports 01/18/11
Randall Pinkett, an entrepreneur, author and winner of the fourth season of NBC’s “The Apprentice,” will speak at the J. Sargeant Reynolds Community College Black History Month forum on Feb. 1 at 7 p.m. in the Lipman Auditorium of Georgiadis Hall on the Parham Road Campus.
Pinkett is the founder, chairman and CEO of BCT Partners, a multimillion-dollar consulting firm based in Newark, N.J. that specializes in program management, information technology and public policy. As a result of his victory in Donald Trump’s “The Apprentice” he was offered the opportunity to run one of Trump’s companies.
Born in Philadelphia and raised in New Jersey, Pinkett has received numerous awards including the following: National Society of Black Engineers–Entrepreneur of the Year Award, National Urban League–Business Excellence Award, Information Technology Senior Management Forum–Beacon Award, and he has been recognized by USA TODAY newspaper as one of the top 20 scholars in the country.
Pinkett is the author of “Campus CEO: The Student Entrepreneur’s Guide to Launching a Multimillion-Dollar Business,” “No-Money Down CEO: How to Start Your Dream Business with Little or No Cash” and his recently released book “Black Faces in White Places: 10 Game-Changing Strategies to Achieve Success and Find Greatness” that presents 10 strategies African-Americans can use to successfully navigate today’s rapidly changing professional landscape.
The event is free and open to the public and is sponsored by the JSRCC Multicultural Enrichment Council.
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