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Asheli Atkins

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Women Acquiring Assets Episode 14: Guest Asheli Atkins

Women Acquiring Assets

Asheli S. Atkins received her Ph.D. from Texas A&M University where she studied race & ethnic relations and organizational theory. Her research centers around strategy construction processes for marginalized entrepreneurs, with specific attention to Black entrepreneurs. Additionally, she analyzes the freelancing industry as a racialized and gendered organization.Asheli is the co-founder of Attucks England Consulting, LLC alongside Warren Luckett & Cornell England. Additionally, Asheli is the Research & Data sponsor for the Greater Houston Black Chamber, where she provides assistance with data collection, analysis, and presentation of and for GHBC sponsors, members, and Houston’s Black consumers. Asheli is also a Sociology Lecturer at Prairie View A&M University where she teaches Social Theory, Social Problems, and General Sociology.

33mins

27 Aug 2020

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089: Attucks England Consulting with Asheli Atkins

Startup Masters (Audio)

In episode 89, we welcome Asheli Atkins to discuss being the co-founder of Attucks England Consulting. (https://attucksengland.com/). We dive into how important it is to trust the people you partner with in a company. We also breakdown how knowing what your strengths and weakness are key to having a successful partnership. Plus, we talk about what is next for her career.

46mins

15 Nov 2018

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089: Attucks England Consulting with Asheli Atkins

Startup Masters

In episode 89, we welcome Asheli Atkins to discuss being the co-founder of Attucks England Consulting. (https://attucksengland.com/). We dive into how important it is to trust the people you partner with in a company. We also breakdown how knowing what your strengths and weakness are key to having a successful partnership. Plus, we talk about what is next for her career.

46mins

15 Nov 2018

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Ep. 48: About Her Black Business w/ Asheli Atkins, MBA

Blk + In Grad School

The power of social media plays a huge role in the creation of this recent episode of Blk + In Grad School. Allanté sits down with Asheli Atkins, a 4th year Ph.D. student whose experiences as an MBA student shifted her path from wanting to be an entrepreneur to wanting to study, and teach entrepreneurs. Atkins believes, “Students need to be aware of what is in front of them to learn how to navigate the barriers of being a Black entrepreneur and running a Black-owned business.” A business consultant who started her own event planning business at the age of 19, Atkins learned very early that there are barriers against black business owners that do not exist for others. Now, as a 4th year Ph.D. student studying sociology, Atkins has big plans to take her knowledge and give it back to the community through teaching and her consultant company. She discusses strategies to survive, the pros and cons of emphasizing and deemphasizing as a Black-owned business and gives a quick history lesson on how the Jim Crow era affects black business owners. This week's Lessons From the Trap comes “Number 23,” a song by Esta and Rihanna J. Calling all Entrepreneurs, this one is for you!

13 Nov 2018

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Young, Black & Ambitious ft. Asheli Atkins

Soul Filling Podcast

Young, Black & Ambitious ft. Asheli Atkins by Soul Filling

1hr 13mins

20 Mar 2018

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Black Girl Magic Roundtable with Nyla Spooner and Asheli Atkins

Networking With Michelle | Personal Connection, Influential Network

This is a special episode for me as I am finding new ways to stretch myself within podcasting. Lately I've been thinking about doing different roundtables and I'm glad to say Black Girl Magic is the first. My guest are blogger Nyla Spooner and past guest Asheli Atkins PhD Candidate and entrepreneur. Although we know each other, we decided to take our Facebook post to the podcast. I hope you enjoy! In this episode we discuss: Maggie Anderson, Black Wall Street, and the variables within the black community.  Feminism vs Black Feminism The truth behind African-Americans buying power? ...and A LOT MORE!!! Contact Nyla: Website Contact Asheli:  Website — Sponsors: PodConnect & Xero Accounting Follow me on Instagram @michellengome   Are you looking for a speaker to discuss connection points to develop better business relationships? Watch this quick video and contact me today!   If you are interested in honing in on your niche, crafting your message, identifying goals, and building a circle of influence when it comes to leveraging your brand take the opportunity to jump on the Icebreaker Call. Valued at $197, this is a one on one coaching session to help you define your area of expertise and discover the action steps to reach your goals.

55mins

12 Jul 2017