Latest posts by Andre Spivey (see all)
- Funding Female Founders Makes Dollars and Sense
Female founders are proving to be top performers in the startup world time and time again.- June 7, 2018
- A Radical Approach To Student Absences
Principal Suspends 500 Students At One Time- April 24, 2017
- Here’s How To Hack Into The Tech Industry
Fellow African-Americans, Becoming Competition Makes You More Hireable- March 22, 2017
Nayla Kidd, a young, intelligent and promising sophomore on a full scholarship at Columbia University has been missing over a week. Nayla teaches belly dancing classes at the school and has published scientific research. She was also the MVP of her high school equestrian team. Her mother has been on the local news outlets in New York seeking help, however national coverage has been low. Relatives passed out posters and asked students at the school and throughout the surrounding area. Just before she went missing, her bank account number was changed, along with the deletion of her facebook page and changing her phone number. She has now been found safe, after moving away from the campus to “get away from it all” according to NY Daily news. Although found safe, there are many other young black women missing throughout this country.
Currently in the United States alone, more than 64,000 black women are missing! For more information or to help or inquire on the many whom are missing, check out the Black & Missing Foundation website and database.