27-Year-Old Lady Quits Corporate Job, Builds Her Empire And Now Supports Entrepreneurs

Mandy Bowman who is the founder and CEO of the Official Black Wall Street (OBWS) app.

In 2017, when she was 27, she quit her corporate job as a social media manager at Essence to start her own empire.

Now, at just 32 years old, she is using her brand to give away $25,000 in grants to Black entrepreneurs.

This August, during Black Business Month, Official Black Wall Street, the premier app connecting consumers to Black-owned businesses, will celebrate trailblazing Black entrepreneurs.

The third annual OBWS Black Entrepreneur of the Year Awards, presented by Clover, recognizes entrepreneurs who have undeniably impacted their community and industry.

One winner will be presented with:

• One cash grant of $15,000
• The OBWS Entrepreneur of the Year Award
• Free access to OBWS paid membership
• Free legal services and monthly resources


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