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‘When you learn, you lead’

Published on February 23, 2015 in the Miami Herald


When I moved to South Florida six months ago, several people told me that it’s a difficult environment for which young black professionals to thrive in. Racism and prejudice abound.


However, great achievers have taught me that success requires committed bridging of obstructions and radical focus on goals.


Felecia Hatcher and Derick Pearson – married; both 31; South Floridians; owners of Feverish Pops, a flourishing popsicle company; masterminds behind Code Fever, a pop-up technology and entrepreneurship education program for underserved minority students – have woven this idea into their newest project, Black Tech Week, to be held Feb 23-28 at Miami Dade College. READ MORE 

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