Lori Adukeh, executive director of 100 Black Men of Middle Ten- nessee, talks about all of the programs the organization is sponsoring for African American teenaged boys.
Adukeh is currently overseeing a summer program on entrepreneurship based at Belmont University. The boys also spent time in a coding camp at Tennessee State University. At the end, the boys will face a shark tank who will judge the business plans they’ve put together over the last few weeks.
To learn more please visit: http://www.the100middletn.org.
Every Tuesday the Tennessee Tribune takes the time out to interview citizens of the Metro-Nashville area who are doing important things in their field.